Hello, friend! Are you easing out of quarantine or sheltering in place? For me, it feels more difficult to figure out what to do now that restrictions are changing.
I have big news coming about the book, but let me fill you in on family first!
Since I last posted, Annarose returned home from Mexico for the duration of quarantine. It was very hard for her to leave but the board of her organization said it was time. It’s a joy to have her home. We’re spending lots of time together and even tackling some projects like painting the living room. She also has a gardening job and is enjoying working a few days a week.
Russ and Isaiah have stayed on their regular work schedules. Claire is wrapping up her senior year of high school and working two days a week as a barista. The boys are finishing school and eager to get out to see friends and play basketball. We’ll see how soon that can all happen.
And just to make life more exciting, I completed a program to become a Certified Enneagram Coach! The Enneagram is a fantastic tool for personal, relational, and spiritual growth. More news about this to come.
With The Connected Parent coming out in a little more than a month, Harvest House Publishers is gearing up for a big book launch. We’ll be forming a Launch Team soon to help spread the word about the book. I would love to include you! Watch my OTM Facebook page for information, or shoot me an email to let me know you’re interested. [email protected]
Here are a a few resources I’ve created in recent weeks:
Trauma Free World – Learn why you might lose compassion for your child and how to get it back.
A Theology of Hustle podcast – I was a guest on this great podcast.
The Adoption Connection podcast – We’re continuing to release a new episode each week. Here are a few highlights:
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I know these days of quarantine have been hard, but if there’s anything we know as parents, we can do hard things!
All my love,