Monthly Archives: January 2013

Tardy 2012 Book Thoughts –> “How to Live with Your Kids” by Ken Davis

Ken Davis is a comedian I heard a couple years ago that was pretty funny, and I came across this book at a garage sale and thought it would probably be a funny, easy read. Often laughing later about things … Continue reading

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Tardy 2012 Book Thoughts –> “Shepherding a Child’s Heart” by Tedd Tripp

I read this book several years ago, and I remember thinking, “I need to read this book every 2 years for the remainder of the time any of my children are living with me.” Years passed, and I forgot what … Continue reading

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Tardy 2012 Book Thoughts –> “Parenting with Love and Logic” by Cline and Fay

This book contains some of the best and worst parenting advice I have ever read. (And this is not the first parenting book I have felt that way about. See post about “Children: The Challenge”.) I think if the title … Continue reading

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Tardy 2012 Book Thoughts –> “Driven to Distraction” by Hallowell and Ratey

I have a newfound interest in ADD and ADHD. Actually, I began to be interested several years ago, but I was told that I should not bother to even think about it until the child who piqued my interest was … Continue reading

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Tardy 2012 Book Thoughts –> “Humility: True Greatness” by C. J. Mahaney

Sometimes I think I will never learn. This book has come to my attention over and over again for years now. I kept meaning to get it, forgetting, and having it brought to my attention again. (Think God’s telling me … Continue reading

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