Family is very important to me as it is for most people. It can be hard to balance Family with the rest of life. Though at times life may become unbalanced, it is important to maintain a passion for your family.

  1. thank you for following me, your blog is very interesting!

  2. thanks for following me.. God bless you! 🙂

  3. Thank you for following my blog. I can see that your blog is very interesting 🙂

  4. Thank you for your visit to my little blog and for following it! I admire your commitment to and passion for your family. My husband and I pray that we can do the same as we balance his demanding career, our two little ones, and everything else that comes our way. Humble prayer and seeking God to guide us in all of life, are what keep us on the right path in our marriage and as parents. I look forward to reading more of your posts. Keep writing!

  5. Thanks for following my blog Attila, I like your spirit and your family values. Can sometimes seem old-fashioned these days but I intend to carry on living by them too. I look forward to more of your adventures, and your joie de vivre.

  6. If one thing I’ve realized, is that life is anything, but simple or easy. But, our Father above always has a plan for us, and all I can do is trust in him that he will provide me with the best path for my life. Thanks again for taking the time to respond.

  7. First off, thank you for the follow. Your blog seems similar to mine, so I will be stopping by from time to time to see what new stuff you have to share.
    Second, I know this is coming from a total stranger, but I need a few questions regarding life since at this moment I am in a bit of a twist. My boyfriend and I recently split up a couple of days ago, due to the fact that he is still going to college and it wouldn’t be until a couple of more years that we woul be able to finally get married. The wait was not an issue for me, but the fact that he wasn’t able to be there for me when I needed him the most, was what drove me to the decision of calling it quits. We still love each other very much, but I just don’t know this type of relationship is really worth it? We already had plans of getting married, and well I already have a son from a previous relationship, so every choice will affect my son as well. I used to think that people who waited years to get married, made no sense, but now that I’m in that situation, I feel at a loss of what to do. Is it really worth waiting for someone for 5 years, taking in consideration the pain and complications one will endure along the way? Or it is better to just move on and hope to find someone who is already ready to offer you that sooner? Does it make sense for me to wait 3 more years knowing before-hand that he has nothing to offer me than just a “possible future”? Sorry if I am out-of-line, but at the moment I have no family to go to for answers, and since you seem to have a very strong happy family, I feel you are more qualified to answer these kind of questions. At the moment, I really need unbiased and sincere answers, from anyone who is willing to help me make one of the most important decisions in my life. I will be very grateful. Thank you and may God bless you and you family.

    • Thank you for your comment and question. I ask a big question. I am not sure that I am the best person to answer this as there are many considerations and factors that will influence the answer. It will take much thought and pray on the matter to come up with the answer…. And remember the answer will not always be easy or simple.

  8. thank you for following my blog…and for sharing your life with the rest of us.

  9. It’s always good to hear from men who love their wives and children.Thanks for the “follow” and I’ve returned that favor:) It’s wonderful how we can meet people from all over the world now. Sometimes I go to Mass here in Tennessee and heard a reading by an Australian man named Xavier. He had one of the most wonderful voices and accents I’ve ever heard. Looking forward to your blog posts.

  10. Our long, helpless childhood needs the survival help so our DNA provides family; the government’s push to replace that is destructive and unnatural. It failed in Sparta, too…

  11. Family is like the air we breathe.
    We feel the effects when we lose it.
    With out family the individual is nothing.

  12. I thank you for the follow. I am impressed with your site, and family is very important to me. I actually take care of my kids while the wife works – Unilever – and write many Mr Mom pieces. You are my second follow from Down Under, as I also follow Starwise and her blog Fascinating Animals, also on wordpress. Hope to continue communications, as I love conversing with folks half way around the world. Best wishes, Billy (breezespeaks)

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