One day back in June, Jonah got a phone call from a friend inviting him and the boys to go camping. Of course they were thrilled and jumped at the chance to go. Well, let me tell you, after our camping trip in March (also known as winter around here), the boys had fun and were living it up in style, Glamping, at Fort Rodd Hill.
There are challenges in every family and I have noticed that one of the things I really have to work hard at is finding that special one on one time with each child. With some of the children it is easier than with others. I have a few that will come and snuggle when they know they need it, but I have others who don’t know how to ask for what they need. I have been thinking a lot about how to meet the needs of each of the children and how to balance the attention that is going around. …
In my email this week was a lovely article by Heather from Marine Corps Nomads about Tying Heartstrings. In her post Heather makes mention of the movie, “Siblings: Heartstrings,” which was created by a homeschool family. I had not heard of it before and will definitely be checking it out. All of that to say I was reminded of an article that I wrote for The M.O.B. Society called, Tying Their Heartstrings. If you haven’t read it yet, please hop over and check it out. There are some great pictures of my kids in the post.