ICYMI — 26
Greetings dear readers from high above…eh…North Carolina? I’m flying home from our nation’s capital, having spent the better part of yesterday with some brave men and women at Fort Belvoir. As I’ve mentioned before, I’m in the midst of a rather intense travel schedule, but I do still have time to read and discover things online. So, without any further ado, here are some links to interesting things I found while looking around this week:
Most parents know the struggle of choosing what your kid is going to wear for the day. Some days they comply right away; other days they have that stubborn, little mind of their own in full gear. So, what if you just let them choose? Here’s what happens when you let your kids dress themselves for a change. Sure, it might not be what you want them to wear, but just look at those smiles!
Leo Babauta has been a father for more than two decades. In that amount of time, he’s managed to boil down the essence of fatherhood into six simple lessons. It may not be as simple as that, but this is worthwhile advice to any father.
When I started reading Andrea Napiontek’s article about motherhood I couldn’t quite figure out where she was going. The article seems to get it all wrong at the beginning. But I kept reading. And I’m glad I did.
I’m a big fan of the current Pope. I know he has his critics, but I like him. Time Magazine apparently does, too. Here’s an article they recently published containing five unexpected leadership lessons we can all learn from Pope Francis.
I’ve linked before to an article comparing parenting a toddler to being a secret agent spy. Well, here’s one explaining how you can successfully parent children of any age like an FBI agent.
Finally, I dare you to try not smiling just a little bit when you watch these babies sneeze. I can’t figure out why, but it’s mesmerizing.
Okay, that’s it for me. Let me know if I missed anything.