So a few days ago a came across an article about a different app, for iOS, that had the intent on monitoring and setting up some boundaries when it comes to smartphone use. This app was one that had been previously reviewed, and recommended, for Android devices. I’m giving this a try, as I’m trying to do better with putting the technology aside and actually “being there” my family. The smartphone has it’s benefits, but like anything there needs to be a balance.
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So glad that the rainy weather took a pause so I could run outside this morning. [endomondowp type=’workout’ workout_id=’892351509′]
Glad I got the lawn mowed this afternoon before the rain rolled in. Going to try and keep on top of everything while Vanessa is gone to Africa this week. As we were praying before supper tonight reality hit me that she is gone. I’ll be honest, I almost lost it as we were praying…
When do we stop to ask ourselves if we should, and not just if we can?
Despite her disability she is smart, creative, and even has a sense of humor that our family is blessed to enjoy. #Autism #ASD This mother’s post is almost spot on what our family experiences on a regular basis. My wife shared it recently. What It’s Like Parenting A Child With An Invisible Disability
Your sons learn more from you by observation than by lecture. I’m constantly challenged by how I’m training and teaching my kids. It’s not a easy task and we hope that we do a good job more that we screw up. Thank goodness that our kids have a loving God that has the power to…