- Laurie shares about how our weirdness makes us wonderful on the Women of Faith site this week: “Ever felt like the odd one in the room? Like when God handed out personalities or abilities, you got the weird one? You are not alone!”
- Over at Different Dream Parenting, Kimberly Drew shares gift ideas for teachers (and aides, bus drivers, therapists …) from our kids.
- Barb writes about how important it is to be a man or woman of your word: “When we fail to be a person of our word with our children, we break trust with them. The attention they give to what we say wanes. Our example of personal integrity becomes greatly tarnished in their eyes.”
- At Chosen Families, Louise says she’s over awards day: “I try to teach my children to be good sports about life. We’ve had the ‘life isn’t fair’ talk (complete with metaphorical examples) more times than I can count. But it still doesn’t make it any easier when awards time comes around at school and the students are recognized for their achievements over the course of the year. I believe it is harder on me than it is on my children.”
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Sandra is a pastor's wife and mom to two boys. She's the author of Speechless: Finding God's Grace in My Son's Autism and Held: Learning to Live in God's Grip (a Bible study for special-needs parents).