I’m back North for a second stint of babysitting for my four grandchildren. The first day we readjusted to each other-a little testing on their part, me determining how strict to be.
The last time I was here, in June we played four square with a red rubber ball. If some pushing or other roughhousing kept going on, I’d step in and tell the offender to sit on the porch and count to 120 while they composed themselves.
A few days later, the oldest came running in and said his sister needed to chill and count to 120. The others rushed in to tell their side of the story.
My daughter quieted them down and said, “Use your words.” They all got a chance to explain.
Turns out his sister didn’t need to count to 120. I thought, that was handled well!
Please excuse the bragging on my daughter. I think following the Lord and being a Special Ed teacher helps her in raising her children. I’m back to reading Proverbs again, along with some other Scriptures. Not every day, but there’s so much meat in Proverbs, lots of good advice for relationships, for managing life, for handling money, and getting to know God.
I hope you’re well. May God bless you!