There are some seriously creative ladies out there. I’m talking SERIOUSLY creative. Monica at Equipping Catholic Families is definitely in my top pick, and her Stepping Stones through Jesus’s Life is pretty darn awesome. With it, you walk the path – or should I say build the path as you walk it – that Jesus took on his way to the crucifix with teachable stones. I have definite stone envy.
In a parody of “The Real Slim Shady” by Eminem, Nancy Schuman asked, “Won’t the Real Jesus Please Stand Up.” As we face a culture of political correctness, she poses the question: just how PC would Jesus be? I pose the question: did you ever think you’d see Eminem and Jesus together in a post roundup? Hmm…
This beautifully-written article is a MUST read for parents of adult children. Parenting doesn’t stop at potty training, confirmation, or college graduation. Heck, your children – and grandfather – may still ask you to pray for them long after you’ve walked through the pearly gates. Parenting isn’t always easy – and parenting an adult child brings with it its own unique challenges…especially when your child turns left at the fork when you want them to turn right. Check it out this week on Catholic Mom.
There are so many – literally, SO MANY – amazing blogs, articles, and posts out there that I sometimes get overwhelmed just even trying to figure out which to read while I’m
hiding in the bathroom catching up on some reading.
Figuring I’m not the only one who seizes quite moments to catch up on what’s going on, I thought I’d share a few of the amazing articles that are being published out there. Seriously, there’s some good stuff out there, and you’d almost need to do this hourly – and not (sorta) weekly – to stay on top of it.
With it being St. Valentine’s Day tomorrow, we’re rounding up some of our favorite ways to celebrate. Without further adieu…
…and just in case you’re feeling overwhelmed by all the other crafty moms out there, don’t. Kendra at Catholic all Year helps reign in your angst in her usual keeping-it-real style in this article about the value of both kid- and mom- (or dad?) made valentines.