The Bahrain Air Show Wordless Wednesday

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Five Things I Wish I’d Known About Having Kids…

I apparently started writing this post almost two years ago, meaning the Ladybug was three and Sprout was about 18 months.  I created the list way back then, but didn't finish it, probably because of the children.  Nothing has changed, so I suppose I will finish it now. They don't come with a volume button. … Continue reading Five Things I Wish I’d Known About Having Kids…

There Are Things for Kids to do in Bahrain

Guatemala was a beautiful country full of incredible people.  It was also incredibly dangerous and, in the fifteen months my daughter lived there, she went to the mall, the school, and Antigua.  Oh, and the grocery store.  That was it.  There wasn't a local park to play in.  There wasn't a safe neighborhood, other than … Continue reading There Are Things for Kids to do in Bahrain

5 Goals for 2016 (Formally Known as Resolutions)

A couple of days before Christmas, a new friend and I went to the Qal'at ar-Rifa, or the Riffa Fort, around 4:00pm because we wanted to check out the lighting so that we might take family photos of each others families there.  I recently put my photography on the back burner as I pushed and … Continue reading 5 Goals for 2016 (Formally Known as Resolutions)

When in Rome- An Approach to Child Rearing

My kids cannot behave in the airport.  I don't know what it is, but they literally cannot stand still and just wait for the Rugby Star to make his appearance after a weekend away.  Maybe it's the pure excitement of seeing Daddy again, maybe it's that they know, even at their young ages, that the … Continue reading When in Rome- An Approach to Child Rearing