To sip or not to sip? That is the question. The holidays are upon us, and with them our families and the way they’ve always done it (where “it” means pretty much everything). There may be drinks involved, and kids should be ready. Parents, it’s time to #TalkEarly.
This summer a group of 12 men will walk the length of Hadrian’s Wall in the United Kingdom to raise money for a new Camp Kesem location that honors the memory of Oren Miller. They could use your help.
As part of the #MyPledge15 campaign Whit Honea talks about The Gentle Barn, a special place where good begets good.
A little pledge can go a long way. What’s your cause?
Two years ago today, Hurricane (“Superstorm”) Sandy made landfall near Brigantine, N.J. and Save the Children is urging parents and others take a pledge to protect children from disaster and encourage others to do the same. It also is encouraging everyone to create a disaster plan checklist and make sure that your kids’ schools and/or child-care centers keep their disaster plan updated and shared on a regular basis with parents and other at-home caretakers.
October is designated as Pregnancy and Infant Loss month. It’s a time for everyone who has been touched by the awful experience of still birth, miscarriage, or infant death to reflect and honor the memory of loved ones gone far too soon. Here are some resources that offer support and help:
When Tom Williams returned home from serving in the military he didn’t stop serving for a cause. Team Rubicon unites the skills and experiences of military veterans with first responders to rapidly deploy emergency response teams.
“Join, serve, and deploy.”
Whit Honea and his family chose the vegetarian lifestyle for a number of reasons, and in honor of World Vegetarian Day and Vegetarian Awareness Month we are sharing some of them here. Don’t worry, he doesn’t judge (but his kids do).