Thoughts on ROOM (the film) and Attachment Parenting

We watched this film recently, on recommendation of a friend. Sean (age 8) and I held our breath. We agreed it was a fantastic film. You can find the web page for the film here: ROOM (the movie) What was not lost on me is that this child was raised alongside his mother in many … Continue reading Thoughts on ROOM (the film) and Attachment Parenting

Kids Develop Healthy Discernment When Trusted With Reality

  After the most recent violence and hate in Charlottesville, VA, I expect the next thing I will read are people wringing their hands, asking how do we talk to our kids about this hate and violence? The inter webs are full of theories about false flags, government-for-hire violence as a distraction, and the more … Continue reading Kids Develop Healthy Discernment When Trusted With Reality

The Human Plow ~ by Elaine Gee (guest post)

Sometimes, the poet paints. This is a guest post created for my friend, upon my request that I be given permission to share. She humbly obliged, and I am most grateful. Published with permission from the author, pictured. The Human Plow all the yesterdays, I had, with a bowed head and meekness, I believed I … Continue reading The Human Plow ~ by Elaine Gee (guest post)