Why is it that whenever the media talks about Nicole Kidman and Tom Cruise's children, they feel the need to ALWAYS point out that they are adopted? On the way home tonight, there was a blurp on the radio about Nicole and it went something like, "... Nicole and her adopted children were seen by the papparazzi..." Honestly, does it matter? I think it's pretty crass to keep labelling the family that way. It's only ONE PART of their lives, not the sole point of their beings.
Strange but true: when the house is finally quiet and everyone's asleep, you will suddenly find yourself wishing for some of that noise that you couldn't wait to get away from... whatever will I do when they're all grown up and moved out? (Insert true misting eyes and sniffles here...)
Poetry Month in our Homeschool - Sure, you *can *force a kid to read a book. Any book, actually. But you *can't* force a child to love to read. You can't push and push literature on them a...
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