‘The stories of Noah and Naamah, Abraham and Sarah, Moses and Zipporah, don’t have those moments when the story stops and they look one another in the eye, and just check in. But you can be sure that they did have those moments. They’re essential in any marriage that’s going to make it, in this new “normal”.’
“This is what I felt, as I watched her: I know it’s my responsibility as the parent to lead, and encourage – especially in this strange, lock-down season of life. But, as she danced, I felt led, encouraged, and motivated far beyond anything I’d known since the start of this Pandemic.
“The reality is that for me – and I bet for you – the possibility of more, better control, is kind of hanging out there, like a prize that’s just within reach:…”
“The comparison game was bad before COVID-19. It may have gotten worse, since.”
“Real life has hit us in a big, big way, in this pandemic. This may seem like an excellent time to aim for some big goals: a new diet; a new exercise regimen; three crafts a day for the kiddos; a new board game every night!
But here’s what we’ve found: My wife and I feel busier than we were before the COVID-19 pandemic.”
“Parenting in a pandemic is no joke. There’s a lot of humor to be found, but the laughter usually comes at the end of our ropes.”