“I’ve run into burning buildings as a New York City firefighter, pulled swimmers from 40-foot waves as a big-wave surf rescuer, and taught Navy SEALs how to maneuver watercraft in open ocean. Even so, I will tell you that being a stay-at-home dad is an intense job.”…” I’m not doing mom stuff-I’m raising my kids…I get irritated when friends announce that their husbands are home ‘babysitting.’ They’re not! They’re caring for their kids. … More When Dads Stay Home
I am a person that never had the blessing of having children myself but I’ve been blessed with being included with my own family, and all of my client families. I love, and I am so very grateful for, all the children, and families I have in my life. … More Gratitude Continues
How do you love? How do you show your love for your children, your parents, your friends? Is it different, and if so why? … More How Do You Love?
Thanksgiving, I feel, is one of the MOST important holidays that should be paused over, and not rushed over for Christmas. Thanksgiving is the ONE holiday we have that is dedicated to recognizing our blessings, the people we love in our lives, sharing a meal and conversation in gratitude. What a beautiful teaching time for … More Gobble, Gob…sorry for the interruption Christmas is Here!
Make the Ordinary Come Alive by William Martin Do not ask your children to strive for extraordinary lives. Such striving may seem admirable, but is it a way of foolishness. Help them instead to find the wonder and the marvel of an ordinary life. Show them the joy of tasting tomatoes, apples and pears. Show … More A Simple Post, and something to think about