What all parents have in common

| May 21, 2024

I have the blessing of working directly with all kinds of families with small children. Each one has taught me something new about people, myself, and love. Regardless of money, social status, education, health, culture, ethnicity, politics, all the families I have worked with have one thing in common: they genuinely want their children to […]

A Heart, Head and Hen Story

| March 5, 2012

Sometimes being a working parent, I can be so practical: living in my head, planning, organizing, etc. This is a story of my surrender to my heart instead. Beaky was one of our 1st chicks. We raised her from when she was 3 days old. She can be seen in our family photos in the […]

Guitar Dreams

| January 15, 2012

Six years ago, when Cameron and I moved into this raggedy old house with a drafty old garage, Cameron told me then that he had always wanted to build his own guitar. He finished it just last week. I thought he was crazy. That was also one of the reasons why I love him so […]