Tag Archive: Children’s books

For Elise

Dear Elise, This morning I looked through an old album of photos of when you were little and thought about how fast time has passed. All mothers do this. When our children leave home, we get all sentimental and miss those years when our kids still needed us to tie their shoes... Read More

August 26, 2014 4 Comments

Want to read a blog by lip glossed Gunndis?

My kids are a product of their world. Which means they spend countless hours doing brainless activities on the computer. I asked them today at dinner why they want to give the time of day to some of the bloggers they read. They read blogs written by teenage girls who... Read More

October 25, 2011 3 Comments

How to listen to the silent pleas

I started reading a children’s book called Momo. The plan is to read it for my kids, but I was so excited about it that I started reading it on my own. It’s going to be great. As the title suggests, the main character in the book is a girl... Read More

July 4, 2011 1 Comment

Does God care about science books?

Something so cool happened this morning. Mornings are, as you know, challenging. Getting ready for work and school, fixing lunches, finding the erasers, packing the PE bag—it causes stress, even for the dog. In our house right now there are added elements of stress: The stuff is still in boxes,... Read More

May 6, 2011 3 Comments