Do You Haiku?

Children love the rhyme and rhythm of poetry, the quick stories told in vivid language. If you’re unfamiliar with haiku, you’ll find them just a little different. … Continue reading

Creating Thankful Hearts

O give thanks unto the┬áLord; for he is good; for his mercy endureth for ever. I Chronicles 16:34 Our houses overflowed with gifts in celebration of the Greatest Gift, but the Lord loads us up with gifts, blessings, benefits, every … Continue reading

Include a “Lowly Manger”

Now, where to place the nativity scene? I put my best nativity set on top of the piano out of reach of curious little hands. I also place a less expensive and less fragile set on the coffee table so … Continue reading

Children and Tragedies

Children are facing tragedies daily. Parents are deployed. Storm, wildfires, and earthquakes destroy lives, homes, and communities. Cancer is no respecter of persons, striking the very young and the very old. How we address these situations affects our children’s reactions. … Continue reading