Mothers of the Past In the long and traditional past, most mothers are expected to stay at home, supervise - if not do - house chores on their own, and take care of the children. Many of them also educate their children at home. Imagine doing all these and still putting their husbands as the… Continue reading Day 144: Changing Perspectives and Parental Overwhelm
Day 33: Delayed Speech, High EQ
January 17, 2019 Whatever is good and perfect is a gift coming down to us from God our Father, who created all the lights in the heavens. He never changes or casts a shifting shadow. - James 1:17 The Need On my post Day 9: Talking and Schooling, I shared the pressing concern that my… Continue reading Day 33: Delayed Speech, High EQ
🎶 Blah-Blah Birthday to Me! 🎶
I celebrated my birthday today. Yes, past tense. Technically, it's still my birthday (at the moment of this typing) and I still should be celebrating. But I don't feel like celebrating anymore.