Okay, so we’re going to try a little something new… on the cusp of something really new.

Loving blogspot as much as I have, I’m in the process of changing the site to squarespace. Hopefully sometime within the next few weeks, you will click on this and be magically transported to a new and improved moatblog site. Okay, so it will be what you have now (old posts, disabilities, challenges and all) plus a little more. Trust me… nothing super fancy, but hopefully super informative.

The little more will be a page called “MySagePage” where you will be able to access video blogs as I attempt to clear my technologically-challenged hurdle and have a spot where moms and dads can tune in via video. In an effort to get my feet wet, guest blogs this week will be snippets from our inaugural “MOATblog Presents” – a Panel Discussion on parenting entitled “Who’s Asking Who”

The panel included Kyle & Lucina Thompson who wrote a guest blog in the Fall about our current dating environment where girls seem to be taking over the healm. (click here to see their blog: Turned Tables – One Family’s Take On Dating) Brett & Sheri Johnston and Herb & Lulie Thompson rounded out our panel of parents (one family all boys, one all girls, one a boy & a girl) who decided to do it purposefully.

No one is claiming perfection. It was just a forum in which to discuss ideas, approaches, methods and what Scripture has to say about parenting.

I hope you enjoy these few clips. Feel free to click on the Vimeo link to see more… or you can wait until Thursday when I’ll post a few others.
Also, PLEASE let me now what you think.Thanks to our panel!
Thanks Lisa & Kenny Troutt for hosting!

… and thanks for walking the road with me!


Parenting Panel, Part 2 Dating from Kay Wyma on Vimeo.
The panel answers questions on dating. How to encourage the boys to be men and girls to be treated like women when the roles are being reversed.
Parenting Pane – Part 11 Peer Pressure from Kay Wyma on Vimeo.
Herb hits it home on the peer pressure front, providing creative ways to empower our kids to swim against an often treturous wild-side current.

Parenting Panel, Part 6 Wardrobe from Kay Wyma on Vimeo.
How to encourage our girls to dress modestly.

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