Category Archives: Grandkids

Sometimes “S___ Happens” to Good People

Some relatively recent events and articles that got me thinking: one set of parents wants to sue Sandy Hook Elementary; the suicide of internet activist Aaron Swartz; an article in the 1/15/13, Wall Street Journal, “I Have to Swim Against … Continue reading

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Can Coddled Kids Grow Up Strong? Part II

If this is your fist visit to the website, please see the Welcome, above. My previous blog centered around a specific (minor) event.  A lady’s Letter to the Editor expressed her disappointment that “adults took away a girl’s moment” when … Continue reading

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Can Coddled Kids Grow Up Strong? Part I

If this is your first visit to the website, please see the Welcome above. I was searching for a good topic to blog on this week, when my local paper’s Letters to the Editor delivered one to me.  A lady … Continue reading

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The Circle of Life

Our family just welcomed the newest addition: Logan Christopher, 7 lbs. 13 oz.  He was almost a “Leap Baby.”  Mom and baby are doing great.  Logan joins older brother Brycen as my second “bio” grandkid and joins a whole host … Continue reading

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Q – 5 adults + 5 kids under 7 + 1 Cabin = ? A – The Richness of Family

If this is your first visit to the website, please see the Welcome above. I just returned after spending a few days at my cabin in the mountains with 20+ family and future family members.  My oldest daughter and her … Continue reading

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State and Local Elections Are Important Too

If this is your first visit to the website, please checkout the Welcome above. Please Vote – Local elections are important to our Grandchildren’s future.  Many important facets of our Grandchildren’s day-to-day quality of life are decided at the local … Continue reading

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More Reasons for Optimism

Here are two sets of (relatively) young people who are already making the world a better place.  The first are returning veterans of the Mideast wars, and the second are college entrepreneurs.  These people are not waiting for someone to … Continue reading

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