I failed. If you read my previous post, “A son and a Valentine’s Day Party,” I was supposed to be spending the next few days releasing the internal need I have to locate and purchase my son love-themed pajamas for his daycare party. 1,041 more words
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Waking up early one morning, after having said my morning prayer, I opened my laptop to see if I can scribble something on a blank, white Microsoft Word document sheet, and for what will come out of it. 792 more words
I have no clue. I’ve never done it. I had daughters.
But now I have grandsons. And I’m realizing that as important as I felt it was to raise daughters who understood their relationship to God and to others, I think it’s even more important for these boys to understand their relationship to God and to women. 429 more words
Parenting is not an exact science, to be sure. When our children are young and we are in the trenches, doing the day-to-day work of it, we don’t often step back to think about the character outcomes that we want to achieve in our kids. 769 more words