When I was a child, the Christian church my family attended and where my grandma played the organ felt like home. I loved Sunday school. The youth ministers were like family. I enthusiastically chose to be baptized. I could recite all the books of the bible in order, although now I’m not sure why. As … Continue reading How My Journey to Find God Brought Me to a Synagogue.
Daniel, my first born, has always been an inquisitive little guy. He was more interested in babbling and listening to books being read than walking or climbing as a baby. As a toddler, his favorite thing to do was recite letters and numbers on flash cards. Now he's three, about to enter preschool and he'll … Continue reading Maybe My Child is “Gifted”, Maybe Not, Maybe It Doesn’t Matter.
In my post, We Need to Stand Up and Be the Village for Parents of Black Children., I discussed various ways to combat racism particularly for white parents like myself. Many parents requested book ideas which is a FANTASTIC idea! So here are some really great books I would recommend for every age group. Baby-5 years … Continue reading Great Books for Children that Combat Racism