Tag Archives: parenting

At The Eleventh Hour

I was advised this afternoon that today is “National Daughters Day” Somehow, I managed to miss that memo, so getting home late tonight, I’m getting the mention in at the eleventh hour (well, 10:30) We are fortunate to have three, … Continue reading

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Yup, Magical

It has been just over 24 hours since our first grandchild came into this world. Magical. Adeline Louise, 8lbs, 20 inches and cute as can be. For all my “Mountie” friends, the late Msgr. Robert Kline would have said, “Now, that’s … Continue reading

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Happiness

It has been a busy week at our house, with lots of excitement, not the least of which was the engagement of our daughter Megan, to Andrew Peace Andrew is also at BCM studying to be a physician.  We have … Continue reading

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One More Use For An iPhone

Modern technology:  One, pregnant woman (our daughter) + One, doppler-ultrasound machine + One, baby in utero =  music to my ears. A recording of our granddaughter’s heartbeat. Jelly had her 24-week checkup today and recorded her physician listening to the … Continue reading

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Evolving

  “You cannot raise your children as your parents raised you, because your parents raised you for a world that no longer exits”. Author unknown  

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Really?

  Is Zyler a boy or a girl? How about Kadyn? That’s a question their parents, Nate and Julia Sharpe, say only the twins can decide. The Cambridge, Mass., couple represent a small group of parents raising “theybies” — children … Continue reading

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