Today we visited the Doctor for Daniel again, it has been a few weeks since he was in last and we haven't seen a huge improvement since our previous visit. We're trying something a little different, what may be perhaps a better strategy to help with his sinus issues. On the way back, we surprised the children with some fast-food for lunch. It was a very special treat as we don't do that too often.
My littlest one really enjoyed his meal!
Everyone wins the prize for the "clean plate club" when we get this kind of meal!
It's been a good day so far, the sun is shining and things are getting done. Now I have to run some errends and I'll bring one child with me to ease the burden from mamma who is doing schoolwork with the children.
How is your Wednesday treating you... or rather how are you treating your Wednesday?
Bless the Most High!
Teach Your Children Liberty from Sin
We encourage parents to teach their children principles of Godliness, beginning with the Word and an understanding who God is and what His Son has done to form a relationship with us.
No one can lay a foundation other than the one already laid, which is Jesus Christ. If anyone builds on this foundation using gold, silver, precious stones, wood, hay, or straw, his workmanship will be evident, because the Day will bring it to light. It will be revealed with fire, and the fire will prove the quality of each man’s work. 1 Corinthians 3:11-13
Teach Your children Liberty from Tyranny
Second to this is the principle of self-determination and freedom, lest we loose the ability to teach our children the first principle in future generations. Our children read the Tuttle Twin books, specifically to learn libertarian principles, which most people learn later in life. These books are useful for our family, and yours, to teach children concepts that seem complicated, but are made simple in these books. I am an affiliate for Libertas Publishing, your purchase will help our family grow financially.
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