You are here!

You are here!

You know the feeling. It’s the one you get when you’re standing in the middle of a loud space with people hurriedly passing you by on both the left and the right. Obviously, they know where they are going, and just as obviously you don’t. Then you spy it—that beacon...
VBS and Building Blocks

VBS and Building Blocks

“God made me,” our two year old daughter declared the other day. She was beginning a dialogue between the two of us, as she sat on the toilet, and I patiently waited across from her, perched on a foot stool. After all, when you have toddlers, you meet them...
Obvious or Oblivious

Obvious or Oblivious

Last fall, my son began attending a new preschool in our area. Our first afternoon of picking him up, we experienced the dreaded conversation every parent fears. Apparently, he cried for much of the day, was angry at certain points, and refused to participate in many...
Safety in the Shake-Up

Safety in the Shake-Up

From several years of serving with preschoolers, I know that consistency equals safety in the mind and heart of a preschooler. Based on that, I should not have been surprised by a recent explosive episode with one of my few who struggles with separation anxiety and...

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