Monday, April 28, 2014

Spirituality & Parenting Series - Finding our Spiritual Home in France

A beautiful sunset
Guest Posting Today

Good morning - For us, it's the first day back from a 2-week Spring break.  We had a very nice vacation -enjoyed the nice weather, did some exploring around our local area and celebrated the Easter holiday.  I will be sharing more later this week about some our various adventures over break.
Nature provides peace & tranquility

However today, - I am guest posting over at All Done Monkey - in her Spirituality & Parenting Series, which highlights various perspectives about religion and Spirituality. Today she is featuring our journey.

Leanna, at All Done Monkey, is a stay at home mother to 2 boys.  Her blog draws inspiration from the Writings of the Bahá’í Faith and she and her husband are raising her Monkeys in a fun, spiritual, loving environment.  Shes is also raising her boys to be bilingual and bicultural, but more importantly to be “world citizens.”  All Done Monkey is dedicated to sharing this journey with you! Leanna is also the co-founder of Bahá’í Mom Blogs and founder of Multicultural Kid Blogs.
So it's my pleasure to share with her and our readers our journey and how we are trying to spiritually raise our kids in France.
So click on the link & hop on over to
Feel free to comment over there or return here and share your thoughts about your spiritual journey.
Love when my kids just relax & take in all that is around them!

1 comment:

  1. Thank you for sharing your beliefs. I know how hard it is to publicly share your thoughts and beliefs online.
    My husband, who grew up in France, was very much involved in a new Protestant movement, called France-Mission, which focuses on church-planting throughout France. One of their biggest focuses was towards the younger generations. They have a retreat/camp center in the French Alps called Champfleuri ( They have one summer camp in particular, where Americans come, giving French teenagers a chance to meet Americans and practice their English. Your girls may be a bit young for it now, but they also offer year-round camps for people of all ages. It's a great place to meet people from all over the world.

    Thanks again for sharing. I look forward to more of your blog posts.



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