Monday, June 23, 2014

Recorded 6/20/14

Intro:

Angie and Marianne chat about vacation travel, The LEGO Movie, and the team of babyproofing experts that recetnly took over Angie's house.


Life with Kids:
The moms tackle a question from a listener email about the challenge of finding other parents of little ones within a parish that is mostly older adults.  Angie and Marianne also share some useful tips for traveling with little ones.


Shoutouts and Feedback:

Many thanks to listener Elizabeth for her recent email.  Marianne shares a great post she read on NCRegister.com about a program where babies are teachers.


Food for the Journey:

With summer break well in swing, the moms share some quotes from Mother Teresa about the importance of home and family life.


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LINKS

Babies as Teachers

QUOTES

From Mother Teresa: Her Essential Wisdom  edited by Carol Kelly-Gangi
1.  “Try to put in the hearts of your children a love for home. Make them long to be with their families.  So much sin could be avoided if our people really loved their homes.”
2.  “It is easy to smile at people outside your own home.  It is so easy to take care of the people that you don’t know well.  It is difficult to be thoughtful and kind and to smile and be loving to your own in the house day after day, especially when we are tired and in a bad temper or a bad mood.  We all have these moments and that is the time that Christ comes to us in a distressing disguise.”

3.  “Sometimes people can hunger for more than bread.  It is possible that our children, our husband, our wife, do not hunger or bread, do not need clothes, do not lack a house.  But are we equally sure that none of thtem feels alone, abandoned, neglected, needing some affection?  That, too, is poverty.”


 

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