In August of 2010, we walked into a new elementary school for the first time, in our new town, having only lived here for a couple of weeks. Today, the last day of this school year, our youngest will walk out of that school for the last time. After 11 straight years of having aContinue reading “The End of an Era”
Our kids need time “unplugged.” Camp is an opportunity for a week in nature with no electronics. They can’t retreat on their screens. They learn and practice necessary and valuable face-to-face communication skills.
For dinner, we made what the kids call “hobos” – meat and veggie foil packs cooked over the fire. What is nice about this meal is that everyone can make their own supper just how they like it.
We just got back from a week in Florida. Traveling with a large family has some unique challenges. I’ve learned a few things along the way. Enjoy this list of 10 things NOT to do on a family vacation. We may or may not have learned these the hard way! Expect everything to be awesome.Continue reading “10 Things NOT to do on a Family Trip”
Hi, I’m Alex. I’m the creative person in this house…
I’m in 6th grade band and play the sax. I love games and like to read.
I’m in 6th grade and I am really looking forward to trying out for the school volleyball team.
I love shopping! But I hate spending money. I like to go to Dover and M&M Tack Shop and spend money on all horsey things. I don’t like to buy things for myself – unless it’s food! I looooovvvveee eating ice cream!!!
Other things that make life enjoyable for Ajay? Pokemon, fanfiction, anything Hufflepuff, Disney movies and music, pajamas, hot chocolate, and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups.
I’ve been blessed beyond measure in many areas of my life. I’ve been able to make a living and work in an industry that I dreamed of being a part of since I was a little kid. I am a Dad to seven great kids (and to be honest, I never saw myself having more than three or four, tops).