Throwing a Tantrum & Being Parented: How My Kids Helped Me Grow Up A Little Today.

My behavior was an indication of me today, not me always. In others words, I didn't sum up my entire parenting gig in light of today's events, negating all the positive over that past 9 years, nor did I assume that this will always be me from here on out, from tomorrow to eternity. No, I've been at this long enough to know that there is always hope of change and healing and growth, and that believing that (faith) is a great first step.

Once a week, like thousands and thousands of families across the globe who home educate through Classical Conversations, I pack up my kids with all their snacks and lunches and books and bags and school presentations and supplies and head to our campus for Community Day.  If you're not familiar with Classical Conversations, a weekly... Continue Reading →

Remembering Stephen

Two years ago I was walking through the front door of my Philadelphia home, my 2-day old son in my arms.  We had just brought him home from the hospital.  I sat on the couch with my 4 other children, all grinning and giggling and admiring this precious little boy.  My fourth son.   The... Continue Reading →

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