Posts Tagged ‘Noah’

Taking My Boys to Confession – One Way or Another!

Noah and Me

Confession is a big deal for Catholics who understand its purpose. It helps us think about sins we have committed, how our sins affect others, and how we can live a better, more Christ-reflective life. More importantly, confession teaches us about forgiveness, forgiveness for things we have done and forgiveness for things that have been…

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Spies Like Us!

It was one of my four “kidless” days each month. I had worked through lunch and dinner and survived on nothing but two eggs, toast and coffee – lots of coffee, and Diet Coke – LOTS of Diet Coke. I had just driven an hour and a half round trip to pick the boys up…

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Know the Answer Before You Ask the Question

Sometimes it’s helpful to know the answer before you ask the question, but the #1 rule of parenting is to expect the unexpected, and there are certain kids in this world who keep adults guessing, who keep parents on their toes, and make their teachers wonder what goes on at home. Luckily, I have Noah…

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Pumpkin Carving with Noah

Last week I took a day off from work to help Noah’s class with pumpkin carving. I know we need the little money I make, but I decided long ago that money would never be more important than spending time with my children when they need me to. If I had any doubts (which I didn’t!) about taking the day…

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