Doesn’t this little face beat out any you’d find on the tabloids?
The latest issue of Family Foundations magazine has hit the stands!
Well, it’s in your mailbox anyway, if you’re a subscriber.
And if you’re not, why aren’t you? : )
The Couple-to-Couple League does very good work in a profoundly wounded world, and is one of my favorite Pro Life organizations.
The July/August issue deals with the theme of discerning one’s family size and of being “ready for another”. Karen did an awesome piece entitled “The Little Way of a Little Family”; Christi of Mum2Twelve contributed “How Do You Parent 12 Kids (One at a Time)”; and I wrote a column on being a mother of “only” five. (I know you understand this sentiment!)
My heart swelled to read these words by Karen:
“By Catholic standards, we are certainly a little family, due to our late start and our losses. And while having a small family has brought certain heartaches, perhaps our losses have also helped us appreciate more fully what is unique in each individual child. And, perhaps, they’ve helped us to see that every child (born to us or not) is an eternal blessings.”
Amen to that.
Borrow a copy of this magazine if you must.
Subscribing would be better. ; )