Faith, Family, and Fatherhood — kids

Mother's Day Weekend.

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Mother's Day Weekend -

Happy Mother's Day to all of the mothers, in the many facets of motherhood, who read this blog.  It's been a while since I simply blogged and talked a bit about family.  Our lives have taken on some major changes since I've last posted about the family.  

The biggest change is Nicole going back to work as an RN at a nursing and rehabilitation facility. It's been a big change...

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Giving my Children to God

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Feast of St. Maria Goretti

A very common, yet overlooked, reason for the "vocation crisis" to the priesthood and religious life is that parents don't support or encourage their children to consider if God might be calling them to that vocation. I have heard many parents comment on how they would not allow their children to "waste" their talents. They are well meaning but very confused. To answer...

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The Saw-Grass Adventures (Chapter Two)

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 In another part of the Saw-grass, where it crests the hill and begins its slow descent toward the creek, a little field mouse named Andre and his mother were walking quietly gather nuts and seeds that were beginning to fall. Andre was a good little mouse who loved his mother very much. His father had disappeared earlier in the season. His mother told him that a hawk...

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Our new CEO

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The Young Entrepreneur

In the Fall of 2016 our 2nd son, Christopher, enrolled in the Young Entrepreneur's Academy (YEA!)hosted and sponsored by local businesses. This 8 month course is designed to help young men and women learn about the world of business. Each participant is encouraged to come up with a business idea, research what would be needed to start the business, create a business plan, and...

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Catherine's Mobile Stander

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I've once again learned to not underestimate this girl.  At school she has been receiving therapy using this stander to help her gain strength and stamina.  We brought it home for the summer and I'm simply blown away.


I'm amazed at how proficient she is at maneuvering such a device. She is able to roll around corners, through doorways, over carpet and more. Catherine makes it look easy and she does...

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