Tag Archives: relationships

A Precious Gift of Homeschooling: Investing in Your Kids

We only have a limited time here on earth. A very limited time with our kids at home. What will we do with that time? Although the Lord gently pushed me into homeschooling, I have no regrets in having invested … Continue reading

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The Voice Bringing Tales to Life

Ask anyone who has parented long enough to see their child's shoe size dwarf their own: things change as the years go by. It's true across the board. The favorite t-shirt you had to pry from your son's body to … Continue reading

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You Can Give Your Kids What They Really Want

If you watch a Christmas movie this month, you'll probably see a variation of the same theme. Somewhere near the end, the main character will have a heartwarming revelation that the Christmas season – and life – are about relationships. … Continue reading

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3 Ways Reading Aloud Together Strengthens Your Family

Ever had a moment with friends when someone quotes a movie or book you love, and suddenly all those who have seen or read it join in, throwing out their favorites lines? (Cue your favorite Anne of Green Gables quotes … Continue reading

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The Apocalypse and Time with Your Kids

As a film guy, I like movies. I recently watched yet another apocalyptic film. I think it shed some light on what's behind the comment, "I could never spend all day with my kids!" You ready for this? The movie … Continue reading

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Stop, Drop, and Talk

The Hesitant Housewife has an excellent tip for interacting with kids, especially little ones. She called it "stop, drop, and talk." I hadn't heard it expressed that way before, and I like it! I'm familiar with the concept. When a … Continue reading

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