Laughter Is The Best Medicine.

One thing I find myself repeating the older my son gets is, “Parenting didn’t come with a manual.” No one could write a book on remembering to cut your kids fingernails, how to tell him his cat died, or how to cope when they push you to the edge of your sanity. I call my … Continue reading Laughter Is The Best Medicine.

Practice the Pause.

I think recently the world has been a little bit mixed up for everyone. I’ve thought a lot about what I wanted to blog about knowing that not just my family, but my community, county, state, and country is going through such a unique an unprecedented time. There are so many questions and not enough … Continue reading Practice the Pause.