"Toddlerhood and early childhood are key developmental periods for ingraining the entrepreneurial spirit." -Raising Can-Do Kids (Richard Rende, PhD and Jen Prosek) Let them create, let them be free. What to do in the summertime. Thinking of activities to do with kids can be a lot work and draining for parents. A couple or years … Continue reading Key Benefits of a Children’s Entrepreneur Market
"My baby, where's my baby?" Listening to the speaker share his experience about helping a distraught mom immediately after a car accident, the words he shared were familiar to me. Thirteen years ago after having my first baby and oldest child, my husband, baby and I were headed to see family in town … Continue reading Each Life Has Great Meaning and Purpose
Funny thing or coincidental thing, this morning as I parked, getting ready to head into the store this Saturday morning for a quick grocery shop, a thought passed through my mind. One of those that sparks, you think about it for a moment and then go on with your day. The thought: Life can be … Continue reading Mom, What is the Purpose of Life?
"Do you have some change you can spare? " A question coming from the young man sitting on the sidewalk outside of Walgreens. William and Bella went into the store with me to pick up some medicine for Liam who was not feeling well. We ran out forgetting about the young man sitting outside the … Continue reading The Kindness Bag and The Gift of Giving
William and Isabella had a dentist appointment today. On our way home, William, my son who is in second grade said, "Mom, today at school they told us that Macie died." My heart broke. I could tell in my son's voice that he was very sad. I had a hard time finding the words to … Continue reading A Continual Prayer
The 19th floor, that is where we were headed. Before we got there we had to take the elevator. Patiently we waited for the elevator to reach the ground floor. It took so long! Finally, it made it. We were waiting with Uncle Javier, seven of us (or a number close to that). Kids that … Continue reading The 19th Floor and Elevator Buttons
Today, Wednesday, waking up to my regular routine. I have trouble getting out of bed. Fall is in the air. The time when I feel like I can sleep until the sun comes up but I need to get out of bed to get the day started. Getting William to school. I can hear my … Continue reading School: Always Something to Learn