Archive for April 2014
My wife and I have been in the parenting business for nearly 12 years now. To say that it’s been an adventure would be quite the understatement. It’s been more than an adventure. It’s been an adventure, doctorate study, Mount Everest climb, parachute jump, and journey to Middle Earth all wrapped into one! (I’m not really sure how Middle Earth made it into that list :-)).
I used to be against blogging, if you can believe that!? I’m serious. Back in 2005 I heard about blogging for the first time from a friend and I shook my head. “Why would anyone want to read someone’s open thoughts?” I said to myself. “Seems like a silly means to get attention!” Those were really my thoughts. I’m not kidding.
As an adoptive parent, I have been asked some majorly ridiculous questions about my children and adoption. If you don’t believe that we get asked crazy things, check out my post on proper adoption terminology or the video I posted last year on the stupid things people say to transracial families…
Happy Friday everybody! I am currently away on vacation with my awesome family. While I’m away, I’m pleased to open my blog to some fantastic guest bloggers. This is a post by Emily Bradbury. She writes on behalf of Foster Care Associates (FCA), an agency for fostering in the UK. Check out more info about the agency she writes for by clicking here.
Good morning readers! I am currently away on vacation with my family. While I’m gone, I’m excited to open my blog up to some amazing guest bloggers. This is a post by Yancy. She is a worship leader and songwriter for kids that travels the globe doing family concerts and training worship leaders. She recently released “Jesus Music Box: The Devotional” a twelve week daily devotional for preteens based on the message of her songs. Her life is made even more complete with her husband, Cory and son, Sparrow Rocket where they live in Nashville, TN. Make sure you follow her on Twitter and check out her website here.
Good day everybody! I am currently away on vacation with my rockstar family. Until I return, I am mondo-excited to open up my blog to some fantastic guest bloggers! This is a post by Jeremy Zach who serves on the XP3 team for the ReThink group out of Atlanta, Georgia. He and his wife Mikaela of 6 years have a newborn daughter named Harlow. Make sure you follow him on Twitter and check out his blog here.