I watched as people filled the room at the annual company summer party and noticed several married couples. They ranged from newly married, who seemed to be on their best behavior - to older couples, who had long since started to act alike and were able to complete each others sentences - to couples more attention to their electronics than each other. It got me wondering, "What makes the difference in a marriage?" As a little girl I believed you grew up, got married, and lived happily ... Continue Reading
Do you have a large age gap in your children? Here are some ways to make the transition easier.
When I was a little girl, before I knew that God’s response to those who planned out their lives in detail was laughter, I decided that I was going to go to college, travel around the world, become a Broadway actress, write a bestselling novel, then marry a gorgeous, wonderful man, whereupon we’d be blessed with raising two children – twins – a boy and a girl, and, well, of course, I would live happily ever after. Instead, I married, divorced, married, birthed a boy, birthed a girl, ... Continue Reading