Once your kids are adults, whether they still live in your house or not, you don’t need to be a full-time, hands-on parent anymore. It’s okay to leave the house without them.
We were halfway there but then went backward. Two of our four children moved out of the house. One got married, and the other moved back in because he no … Continue reading Will Never be an Empty Nester
Caissie Levy is amazing as Elsa. Her shining moment is when she sings the snot out of “Let it Go”. For most of the show, though, Anna steals it.
Pocket watches remind me of my dad.
It’s called the boomerang generation. The cause? More people are remaining single longer, which means no combined incomes to form their own households. But also, the rising rental costs have surpassed … Continue reading A Place to Live
While many sentimental parents are posting pictures of their children’s last day of this or that grade in school, I thought I’d put together a quick blog post with my … Continue reading It’s the End of an Era … You Might Say
I am a terrible parent. I don’t discipline or train. I let my children figure things out on their own. I tried showing them my faith (when I thought I … Continue reading What Kind of Parent am I?
Once upon a time, Thanksgiving brought families together for large gatherings. These days, jobs scatter us across the country making such gatherings difficult – if not impossible. I am lucky … Continue reading Thanksgiving 2015 | Scattered Across the Country
The excursion did make me realize that Georgetown is more our speed than Breckenridge.