We have a six year old tradition in our family called Hallow-Christmas-ween. It’s quite simple. We celebrate it on October 31. The days’s activities include pancakes for brunch, decorating for Christmas, listening to and watching Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas, and then doing whatever evening activities our church or dance studio has[…]
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has typically appealed to a family friendly audience but Michael and Melinda discuss why this movie doesn’t follow that standard.
It didn’t take long to realize that this assistance was needed in more homes than I could ever visit. This is why my wife, Melinda and I spent that last six months writing “‘What’s in Your Pocket?’ The parent’s guide to protecting your children online.”
I saw Star Wars the Force Awakens and here are my thoughts as a geek and as a dad.
“We can either wait and trust God or we can go and trust God. Either way we have to trust God.” That’s what Melinda said to me as we discussed the fact that we didn’t have money for taxes or a trailer, and we had hoped to leave for New York a week earlier. I[…]
Monday, July 27, 2015 We needed to get some work done for the day, so we headed to the local library. The kids were able to spend some quiet time reading books and doing crafts with Melinda, while Michael worked on some editing. We signed up for Kids’ Art Week online by Carla Sonheim. We[…]
Saturday, July 25, 2015 and Sunday, July 26, 2015 While we got the RV ready, the girls helped keep Alton occupied, and Jason helped fill water jugs. We left Tannehill State Park to start the journey to a friend’s church in Sharspburg, GA. We went to the gas station first to fill up and put[…]
Friday, July 24, 2015 It was supposed to rain off and on that day, so we decided to have our day of adventure closer to home just in case. We wandered around the state park toward the Alabama Iron and Steel Museum. It only cost $5 for all of us to go in, and they[…]