Have I a right from time to time
To jump the narrow tracks,
To eat some sweets, or write a rhyme,
Or play some ball and jacks? Continue reading
Some moms may not want to read this poem to their kids, because of the first line. But relax! They’re just being kids, and we could sure learn a thing or two from them on this one.
In the main file, I changed the last line of the first stanza to this: “And sticks for dragons we slay.” But I was too lazy to do another screen capture and upload it. 😀
I missed yesterday, so today I’m 6 for 7 in the month. Maybe you’ll think today’s so good you’ll forgive me for missing yesterday. Remember: This is for children and trying to look at things from their perspective.
A conversation last night about kids’ shows, cartoons, and super heroes got this one going.
April 5, I’m five for five.
You’ve heard of Jabberwocky? Well, for the kids today we’ve got Dobberdilly. Just a bit of fun and nonsense.
Children ought to be taught from the earliest possible age that the Bible is God’s book and wonderful to know.
Do you have some good stories about children learning about the Bible?
Here’s a little item for the kids, going out through the UPLift – Your Day to Shine email list.
by J. Randal Matheny
Copyright (c) 2010
I tell you the truth, unless you turn around
and become like little children,
you will never enter the kingdom of heaven!
–Jesus Christ, Matthew 18:3 NET
I like the patter of rain, a thundery storm,
And clear blue skies with sun that makes me warm. Continue reading
I found this little poem done in 2002 for daughter Leila, when she was nine. Continue reading