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My Back Alley

(See what I did there?)

This is my back alley in the morning sunshine.

Many things happen in my back alley, including awesome skateboarding. 314 more words


Dirty Business - The Diaper Pail

Ok guys, so I haven’t blogged in quite a while, but as a new parent I have encountered a lot of blog-able things in recent months. 1,007 more words

I Didn't Even Realize It Fully Until Now: My Kids are Adopted

Last night my youngest daughter was telling me about the plan for the weekend. In a quick recap of how it will be going down, she shared all the details. 874 more words

Christian Prose And Praise

Dear you

It’s halloween again, So carve your pumpkins and don your witchs hat, and be something you want to be, could be, you are, or just be something scary, like student loans, taxes, or the job center. 453 more words


Children and Claustrophobia

I’ve known for some years now that the thought of having children doesn’t really appeal to me. The first response that may spring to your mind is ‘that’ll change when you’re older’, which it might. 498 more words


‘Parenthood’ Season 6 Episode 6 Recap: “Too Big To Fail”

This week’s Parenthood felt like a game of catch-up with a simple strategy: keep it fucking real. I have a feeling it will be the only episode this season to not feature Zeek — the midpoint seems like a good spot to do this — since his health struggles are so integral to the season six plot. 600 more words


Every Moment Invites Us

Today’s post is by Bill Stone.

This past summer I began an exciting new chapter in my life. I became a father, and over the last few months, there has been a steep learning curve, as I perfect my diaper changing technique and begin to notice the difference between the “I’m hungry” cry and the “I’m tired” shriek. 453 more words

Contemplative Living