Thoughts from Kelly, a Mom and a Therapist Who Wears Many Hats

Parenting Teenagers Means Finding Hope in Little Moments

As parents, we never know. We don’t know if we are doing our job correctly as a parent–raising responsible and kind young people to gift to the world when we launch them into adulthood. We don’t know if our kids feel connected to us, that we have done enough to be bonded to them or Read more about Parenting Teenagers Means Finding Hope in Little Moments[…]

Her Brain Might Forget This Day But I Know Her Heart Won’t

My mom is in a hard season of life. Her memory is no longer what it used to be. She knows what is happening and it’s hard for her.  A retired schoolteacher and principal, she’s a smart and well-read lady.  She forever thirsted for more knowledge and always wanted to learn the latest and greatest Read more about Her Brain Might Forget This Day But I Know Her Heart Won’t[…]

Growing Up, One Last at a Time

“At some point in your childhood, you and your friends went outside to play together for the last time, and nobody knew it”. My oldest son grew up with friends like the boys from the movie “The Sandlot”.  They started kindergarten together and they were a force to reckon with.  God bless their elementary school Read more about Growing Up, One Last at a Time[…]