Sometimes you need to embarrass your teen… other days, she loves it!

For the last few months, I had joked with my sister that I needed a sock monkey hat for winter so that I could walk my 13 year old to her violin class.  Shelby insisted that was NOT an option because I would embarrass her. My sister got me a sock monkey hat for Christmas… I laughed so hard opening that gift… Shelby look mortified!

Several days after Christmas, the kids got to go chopping and spend Christmas gift cards that they got from family. Shelby, with a gleam in her eye, bought herself an owl snow hat. Her dimples showing, she beamed that now, she would walk her dad and I to our church service wearing her hat!

Ephesians 6:4 – Fathers, do not exasperate your children; instead, bring them up in the training and instruction of the Lord.

I have found that making life fun for the kids makes life fun for the rest of us! Shelby is an AMAZING teen and although at times does some of the most interesting and highly questionable things, she is growing through life with an amazing sence of humor!

If you ever get a chance… but a sock monkey hat!

Thank you for visiting KrisandLarry.com - We are a homschooling, homesteading family from Arizona.

If you are looking for the FREE Digital Scrapbooking Section, Click Here

We try to stay to a schedule on our website, but that doesn't always happen 😉
Sundays: Bible Study -:- Mondays: Meals and blog hop hosting -:- Tuesdays: Freeze-dry and Summer Crafts with Kids -:- Wednesdays: Digital Scrapbook Freebie, Crafts/Decor -:- Thursdays: Throwback Recipes from the past -:- Fridays: Homeschool/homestead and all about our family -:- Saturdays: Desserts and Tasty Treats
---------------------------------------------------------------------------

How can a young person stay on the path of purity? By living according to your word.


This blog post is shared on You're the Star Blog Hop, Friendship Friday, Simple Homestead Blog Hop, Homestead Blog Hop, Tuesdays with a Twist, Wonderful Wednesday
Spread the love
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •