Monthly Archives: July 2018

Train Up A Child ~ Part 4

#4~Rule of Mama When my three children were very young, we had heard of Stranger Danger, but living in an apartment complex where all the children played in a common area right behind our apartment, Stranger Danger seemed worlds away. … Continue reading

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Lessons At Home Plate

When I was just a young girl, I knew that more than anything else in this world, I wanted to be a Mama. I wanted to love and be loved without restraint in a relationship that can only come when … Continue reading

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Falling Up

When I went to see my Ortho Doc he gave me the glad tidings that I had once again fractured my hip. I already knew it because the pain was as bad as the first time I fell and my … Continue reading

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While We Are….

While we are carrying tales, they may be in too much pain to speak. While we are breaking trust left and right, they may be learning to trust HIM only. While we are making mountains out of molehills, they may … Continue reading

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Train Up A Child ~ Part 3

#3~You Lecture ~ You Lose (NIV) “And when you pray, do not keep on babbling like pagans, for they think they will be heard because of their many words.” Matthew 6:7 (KJV: “But when ye pray, use not vain repetitions, … Continue reading

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Train Up A Child ~ Part 2

#2~Train By Example I am blessed to be called “Mother”, “Mom”, and “Mama” by three, amazing, grown children and blessed to be called “Nee~Nee”, “Grammy”, “Queenie”, and “Grandma” by 7 grandchildren. I refer to my children as my Babies and … Continue reading

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Train Up A Child ~ Part 1

#1~Consistency, Thou Art Fickle! Someone asked me one time what advice I would give a new parent. “Be consistent.” Think of it in terms of shoes. If you are a flip-flop, your child will not have a firm foundation on … Continue reading

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