From the category archives:

Love looks something like this

From my oh-so-wise adult perspective, I’ve always seen teenagers as having their own special way of behaving toward one another: Someone looks at you funny, someone happens to whisper or laugh just as you walk by, you’re sure someone doesn’t like you…and then everything snowballs out of control. When certain scenarios in our adult lives […]

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During S’s bedtime prayer last night, Jason thanked God for, among other things, our community. After his “amen,” Miss Always Full of Questions (especially at bedtime) asked “What is that one thing you said, community?” Maybe it’s the writer and word-lover in me, but this is one of my favorite things about parenting—being asked to […]

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Today is the last day of sleepover camp for my stepdaughter Havah, and Quillin, my oldest daughter. It’s her first time away from home like this. Jason and I dropped the girls off at Mennohaven camp in Tiskilwa, Illinois, last Sunday, and today I’m catching a ride with R and her partner B to help […]

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