Lately I’ve come to realize that if our kids are going to be able to make it in this world, we, as parents, have to get OUR priorities straight.
Today’s media has our focus shifted away from where it ideally should be – on our children’s education.
There are plenty… Continue reading
Considering everything going on (or should I say not going on) in my life right now, I must admit I do tend to live vicariously through our kids – Erin and Stuart.
They have both graduated now, are making plans for college, and are working their ‘butts’ off at their… Continue reading
Yesterday was a good day. As hard as it was for me to get past the anxiety to get there, and work through it once there, I was really glad I managed to attend my son’s graduation ceremony – especially when he gave me a big hug later and thanked… Continue reading
Much of our family life has been spent enjoying and supporting our son, Stuart’s love of hockey.
Although Erin used to be very active in gymnastics and dance, she had to stop several years ago due to a physical disability.… Continue reading
As much as we try to think about and plan for the day our kids will be out on their own, they are still very much present.
Our 18 year old daughter Erin is very intelligent and trying to find her path into… Continue reading