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Weekend Reading: April 12, 2014

Big shot!

Thanks so much for all of your encouragement and prayers these past few weeks. Sean’s knee is really starting to make progress, and we’re hopeful that the bone will be completely healed within a few weeks and that the rest of his recovery will just be about rebuilding strength in his legs.

That said, he did tear his trapezium muscle (in his shoulder) last week while lifting himself up with his arms, so he’s been dealing with that pain as well.

Now, where do we sign up for human bubble wrap?

Here are some of my favorite posts from this week. As always, check out what I’m reading and what I’m pinning to see the other posts that make me stop and think (or, you know, drool…). You’ll find new posts all week long!

Lessons for Parents

  • Why Confessing Our Sin to Our Children is So Important | SortaCrunchy
  • A Better Way to Say Sorry | cuppacocoa

Bigger Than Us

  • National Geographic Concludes What Americans Will Look Like in 2050, and It’s Beautiful | PolicyMic

Spice Up the Menu Plan

I’ve discovered that I’m much more motivated to cook when I’m trying a new recipe, so I’m on the lookout for new recipes:

P.S. Don’t ignore the Heartbleed internet security vulnerability. You need to change your passwords!

Have a great weekend!