“Daddy, would you please play like you’re a little doggie?” These were the words that greeted me (Greg) when I would return home from work. Instead of wanting me to play with her toys or read a book, my oldest daughter, Taylor, when she was two, wanted me to get down on all fours and [...]
Raising three kids was quite an adventure for Norma and myself. We felt overwhelmed so we met with our own pediatrician Dr. Shellenberger…
THE QUESTION: In a family, who should have the higher priority- the spouse relationship or the kids? And why? Is there Scripture about this? I know in the grand scheme of things I will be with my spouse longer, but the kids’ needs are more time sensitive, so to speak as we only have them [...]
No one is perfect, and I am certainly one of those “no ones”! One of my biggest issues as a parent is being too hard on my oldest child, Cole. I’ve written before about how natural it is to struggle with the child who is most like you. Cole and I are so similar in [...]
There is no greater threat against your children than the trouble they can get in online! I want to preface my next statement with saying that I do not own any Apple computer stock or receive any money from them in any way (not that I would turn them away if they wanted to give [...]
What a powerful video this is! I’m blown away by the script, the message, and the production of this short video on how important daddy’s are to their children. Be encouraged, inspired, and motivated to be a better dad – watch this video:
Marriages get better after the children grow up and move out, according to a UC Berkeley study that analyzed the marital satisfaction of more than 100 women over 18 years. Marriage gets better when kids leave the nest.
Eric Erickson, the renowned developmental psychologist, proposed that every stage of life offers a challenge. The last stage — late adulthood — is about reconciling with our past. There are two possible results: The positive outcome is feeling content with the choices of the past, and the negative outcome is having major regrets about one’s [...]