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(photo by Robb North (flickr) My wife and I (well, more-so my wife) are looking into unschooling our daughter Jamison. It is a form of homeschooling that follows your child's interests, therefore not killing the desire to learn in the child. There is no curriculum, but a way of...

The kids, Grandma, Kristi and I went to Peachland, BC, one of our favorite places to go only 15 minutes away.  It's a neat little quiet town that has a nice park by the water and some neat shops.  It's just peaceful.  We decided to go down for the long...

UPDATE: I've changed the name since writing this explanation so the vision and explanation will alter a bit but not a whole lot.  Stay tuned for the actual website which will give a better idea! The Dasein Project is something I have been wanting to work on for awhile.  I...

My kids and I went to the park this morning and had a wonderful relaxing time in the sun. Jamison rode her bike and Finlay rode this little Radio Flyer thing with no pedals that we call his "motorcycle." He loves it. But it really is too small. When he...

Anguish emerges from craving for life to be other than it is. In the face of a changing world, such craving seeks consolation in something permanent and reliable, in a self that is in control of things, in a God who is charge of destiny. The irony of this strategy...

So I went out today to get supplies to build Finlay a new banjo.  His current banjo was constructed with a piece of one of Jamison's baby doll high-chairs and she always wants it back.  She's been using it more and more and it's been causing Finlay heartache as you...