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Death: Walking my kids through the reality of death for the first time.

Even the title seems shocking.

The reality of death for each of us is inevitable. Yet when someone we know, that we love, that we have walked through life with, is dying, death just smacks us in the face, wells tears in our eyes, and tugs at our hearts.   1,566 more words

What is more important - What you do or who you become? My Ivy League Experience...

During Spring break, we made our first road trip. The purpose was simple – combine fun with some college tours for our high school son. 443 more words

Angela Lynne Craig

Exercise: a different approach

In the past for me exercise has always been one of those things that I have avoided if possible, vilified in my head or used as a way to punish my body for not being perfect. 1,026 more words


Perang Lawan Kutu Putih!

Jadi gini ya, saya lagi perang sama yang namanya kutu putih, sering saya temukan di daun dan batang tanaman tomat di halaman belakang rumah. Saya senang menanam sayuran, dan baru mulai sejak pindah rumah. 522 more words

Family And Parenting

Easter holidays: Trains, Lytham and more trains

As you can see we have had a bit of a train theme running through the Easter holiday- but it’s come to be expected that there may be a vehicle or two involved in some way in most of our family activities. 183 more words


Our Easter part one: friends, bubbles and a woodland baby shower

I was just going to do one post to cover all we have done over Easter but we have packed so much into our two week holiday I have decided to do it in installments! 377 more words


Comforting/appropriate things to say to parents of children with Cystic Fibrosis

I have had a recent huge influx of interest in my previous post “weird things people say to parents of children with cystic fibrosis ” that you can see… 934 more words

Cystic Fibrosis