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Make Sure They Know Who They Are

Since my oldest son was two I’ve been telling him who he is. Shortly after, I started sharing these affirmations with his slightly younger brother as well. We call it “doing their truths”, and we do it every morning. I tell my beautiful sons:...
Little Fella, Big Changes

Little Fella, Big Changes

My youngest son has been quite a trooper. Near the top of this year, we realized what I had already suspected. . . that he was on the Autism spectrum. At the time, he was only two years old but was significantly behind in some developmental areas. Looking at him,...
Better Than You Realize

Better Than You Realize

Like a lot of churches, my church has Vacation Bible School in the summer. A lot of VBS programs focus on kids, as the tradition was born out of wanting to provide an activity option for kids out of school during the summer. One of the things I love about my church is...

They’re Actually Listening

Parenting small kids often makes you feel like you’re talking to a brick wall. My kid can look me right in my face while I’m telling him about some corrections he needs to make to his behavior, and not have a clue about what I’ve said 30 seconds...
Mini-King Sized Love

Mini-King Sized Love

Our little fellas run around in circles laughing at each other for no reason at all. It is very evident that they are kids. Something I think about often is the fact that they will not remain that way. One day, not too long from now big-picture speaking, they will be...