We are all so obviously on our own timelines, but it’s sometimes difficult to know when to jump in as a parent, and when to let my children embrace their timelines. One of my children has simply refused to learn to ride a bike. But he’s not 5, 6, or 7. He’s significantly older. And… Read More Whose Timeline Is It Anyway?
The other day, I was standing outside of my child’s school waiting for pick up. As usual, I started a conversation with one of the other mothers. We were discussing how amazing a friend of ours was and about the many acts of chesed (kindness and giving) she was always doing. “Why can’t we all… Read More Lessons Learned at Kindergarten Pick-Up
Last week we had a fantastically wonderful vacation in Zippori. Zippori is a National Park that is filled with archeological finds, amazing mosaics and a rich history of our people. Next door, Moshav Zippori is filled with delightful cabins, a goat farm where they produce and sell goat cheese and goat milk, an exotic bird… Read More Kol Hakavod to Vacation!