Tag: family stories
…my Grandma DeVaux had found me at a time when I felt lost, lonely, and scared. She could not take my hand now, but I felt a deep love and concern from her and what felt like a warm spiritual hug. Her story of rising again influenced my own.
Knowing who we are and where we came from is important, but how to do this on vacation without boring the kids to tears, right? These three tips have worked well with my children ages 5-14!
All families have stories — sometimes embellished, sometimes stripped down, sometimes funny, sometimes anything but funny — that are passed from generation to generation. Oral storytelling has been part of human existence since the dawn of time. They are the ties that bind us to each other.
I am a mother because others made me so, through adoption and an incredible gift of six frozen embryos. None of our children will have “my eyes” or “his nose” or share any of our genetics. Every single one of them will have our love though.
Listen in to how one family in crisis found solutions by approaching their problems from a different angle.