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(The following story and video are by Yoli) Our milkweeds have attracted a lot of butterflies. It’s given a lot of joy to my kids, especially Jadzia. But a few days ago she found a dead Monarch butterfly. She was … Continue reading
The girls first dance recital was a major production.
When I come home from work, I often find books and papers strewn all over the place. Sometimes these papers are fun pieces of artwork. Here are a few I found this morning.
My own daughter is sending me junk mail. Of course, one man’s junk mail is another man’s treasure. Lately Jadzia has been sending out letters to friends and family members and has been very excited to get responses. Within the … Continue reading
Today I took Jadzia to the Challenger Learning Center in Ferguson to have a space mission. It was a surprise that Yoli had long wanted to give to her. The timing was good since we just visited the Houston Space … Continue reading
Some may say newspapers are dying, but they are alive and well in the Renaud Empire. Jadzia is still making them. Her latest edition is about finally losing her loose tooth.
This summer we enrolled Jadzia and Ludi in swimming lessons as January-Wabash Park in Ferguson.
Here’s a perfect example of one of the many differences between girls and boys. My daughters are having a dance recital, with piano music by Jadzia. They are singing “Happy Father’s Day!” over and over. Joseph couldn’t care less. He … Continue reading
At home after her first ride on a bike trail, Jadzia was recovering from the scare of falling halfway through the ride. She asked me if we could ride again the next day, for the purpose of making a video.