When there are sixteen children living together, it is only a matter of time before some serious shenanigans occur. Actually, I would be worried if they weren’t causing some sort of trouble. Kids need to be kids! They learn where they fit by testing the boundaries and exploring their creativity with the rules. So when … Continue reading Parenting the folly of 16 children.
I awoke to the birds singing the happy song because spring has arrived in Southern Texas. I’ve been in the garden all week enjoying the fresh weather, planting, and teaching Kira about the pleasures we can find in the garden. My animals have been stretching their legs in the nice weather. Lucy had a wild … Continue reading Safety First.
We have searched for a puppy for our children in Uganda. Everyone we have contacted says the mama’s are still pregnant. It is rare to get a pure breed German Shepherd but that’s what we decided would be the best choice to guard our family. One night Robert and the boys heard someone running through … Continue reading Strangers in the Neighborhood
I spent most of my work day managing sales projects. This is great news for our fundraising efforts with our nonprofit. I have shed tears, blood and sweat over raising funds. If anyone would have told me seven years ago when I was a fancy lady in Scottsdale that I would work hard raising money … Continue reading what is truth? how does it drive my passion?
Kira and Jack are stuck on the movie, The Incredibles. They watch it in the car while I drive and I listen to the story. I admit I like it too and if I were to pick my super power I would be happy to be Elastigirl. I tend to need to stretch in all … Continue reading Love is the driving force.
I have finally created a tab on my blog introducing all sixteen of our children in our home in Uganda. I hope you will have a good long look at their beautiful faces and that you’ll say a sweet prayer for each of them as you scroll down. I can say after having spent as … Continue reading Meet the Kirabo Seeds kids!
The first time I ever went to visit an orphanage we were going to spend our spring break in the Dominican Republic. Donny was a freshman in high school and Jack was five. I had never in my life been to a third world environment. It was a shock going from upscale Scottsdale AZ to … Continue reading “As you Wish”