“Is” and “Is Not”

One morning while making coffee I noticed a photograph we have of granddaughter Zoe sitting on the table while we unloaded groceries. This is when she learned the word for cold by touching the ice cream. For a while we played the game of cold and not cold. You’ve probably done the same when your [...]

What is your child learning from you about how to be in the world?

Ever get caught off guard by something your child says or does and then realize they learned it from you? Our kids and grandkids are watching us all the time. They are learning from us how to be in relationships, and they are learning about how to act out in the world. Kent Nerburn, in [...]