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The Greatest Gift to Your Child

One of the hardest parts of childhood has to be that first time away from home at an overnight summer camp. For many children, it’s the longest time they have ever been away from their parents at one time, or maybe ever. It is one of those instances of childhood of...

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Resolve to be Better Co-Parents in 2021

If you're in a co-parenting situation and you've survived 2020 with no issues, congratulations! The world has been hard enough this year without drama from your ex. Regardless of how your relationship with your ex/co-parent has been, regardless of why you separated or...

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Back to the Dugout

"OUT!""Whoa! What are you talking about? He was safe by a mile! The guy didn't even tag him! What's this guy's deal?" Jimmy buried his head. He laid there on the ground. He had done his best, he even got his uniform dirty. He felt the kid's glove touch him seconds...

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After Midnight

There was a rule in our home growing up (ok, several rules, but one pertinent to this post): we were not allowed to call someone on the phone after 9pm. Back in those days, there were no cell phones and no texting. If you wanted to call someone, you picked up the...

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The Counselor Is Wrong!

He had finally convinced her to go to counseling. It had taken years and, having been left unchecked, things had progressively gotten worse. After the first child, things eased up a bit. Maybe even got a little better. But more time passed, and things got rough again....

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King Solomon and COVID19

Many of you are familiar with the Old Testament story of King Solomon. Two women were claiming to be the mother of the same child. King Solomon was called to decide the issue. He announced that he would cut the baby in half and each woman would receive one-half. The...

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On Time

I was at the birthday party of a young child in my family yesterday. The little guy turned two years old. Over and over throughout the day you heard the refrain "Can you believe it's been two years already?!?" That refrain will be heard annually on his birthdays and...

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