The Christmas season is magical. It also 'magically' seems to cause unexpected friction in marriages. Instead of romantically sipping eggnog with your spouse, we often find ourselves in petty arguments about gifts, in-laws, lack of money, and what to teach our kids about Santa Clause.
If you could use some good resources right about now, or just need gift ideas, look no further.
It’s inevitable. If you are a parent, you will be disciplining your kids. In fact, you will likely be showing some type of discipline multiple times throughout the day.
This post was written by Jerrad Lopes from Dad Tired for JellyTelly.com
Raising kids has always been hard, but I’m convinced it has to be a little bit harder in 2016.
Twenty years ago, as a child, I had three major influences in my life: my mom, my friends from school, and Disney movies. I won’t go as far as to say that my mother had it easier than I do when raising children, but I will say that the amount of outside influences that she tried to manage was significantly less before the internet showed up.
This article was written by me (Jerrad Lopes) and originally posted on JellyTelly.com
You never realize how little you know about a subject until you try and teach it.
This is probably why Einstein said, “If you can’t explain it to a 6 year old, you don't understand yourself.”
This truth became even more real to me as I’ve spent the last 5 years trying to use every possible opportunity to teach my kids the wisdom I’ve gained over the last 30 years.
And as it turns out, I don’t know as much about the subject of prayer as I thought I did.