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Today, everyone is Irish

Posted by Kip Durney March 17, 2014 10:53 AM

Today is St. Patrick’s Day.

Yes, its origins stem from the Irish although St. Patrick may not even have been Irish but that’s another story. For the most part, it’s an American tradition to celebrate all things stereotypically Irish: green beer, green rivers, shamrock shirts, dancing, music, hats and beads. I would suggest that today is really not about the Irish exclusively but rather a celebration of being ‘one.’ It is a day to celebrate together regardless of ethnicity, religion, or otherwise. What a novel idea!

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10 tips to keep your sanity this holiday season

Posted by Kip Durney December 15, 2013 05:37 PM

Ring any bells?

Being a parent is a without a doubt a precious gift but it’s also the most difficult job I've ever had. In particular, these past few months have been enormously stressful for my wife and me, as we’ve again been presented with some of life’s parenting challenges.

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Holding onto traditions when life complicates

Posted by Kip Durney November 30, 2013 05:23 PM

Last week when I wrote about the importance of teaching our children about traditions and family, I failed to also touch upon something that I didn’t even realize was about to effect my own life and so soon.

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Teaching kids about traditions and gratitude

Posted by Kip Durney November 27, 2013 10:07 AM

On this Thanksgiving Day, families typically congregate for the feast of the year. The big kids come home from college and the little kids had a ½ day of school yesterday and are off until next week. The aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and cousins (most of whom you don’t see all that often) show up early afternoon for a celebration of food, football, and well, family.

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Tubalub is written by Kip Durney who lives on the North Shore of Boston with his wife, three kids (including identical twin girls), and a very excitable yellow lab. When More »
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