We are that family. The one with too many kids, in too many activities, pulled in too many directions.
We live the chaos of kids in three different cities on any given day, a schedule that barely leaves you time to use the bathroom – a hectic way of life that is all too familiar to modern parents. We understand the yearning for more peace, more connection, more TIME.
Do you share this special brand of crazy?
If so, you need to
– Simplify your life (yeah I see your finger, and I raise it two of mine. Small steps Grasshopper. I’m still working on this too)
– Find time to connect as a family, and in your individual relationships with each child
– Make time for YOURSELF to live creatively, feed your soul and pursue your passions.
Yes – do all of those things and also raise your children to be happy, confident, kind, and motivated humans.
I’M CHOOSING TO BELIEVE THAT IT IS POSSIBLE.
We are not experts. Like everyone else we are figuring this out as we go along – simplifying where we can, finding stolen time (it’s always there!), and making memories between the busy. In our stories we hope you find comfort (you are not alone!), humor, inspiration and the motivation to go out and experience new things with your family.
What you will find here at On Davis Time
Fun activities to do with your family: check out the article on GEOCACHING – a fun and inexpensive activity that can be done with your family almost anywhere and for any length of time you choose (this is a perfect activity for that lull between softball games!). Or the article about Escape Rooms, one of our family favorites!
Stories of places we have been, things we have done, and games/challenges you may want to replicate: Check out 11 Travel Photos You Should Take if You Want to – weave a photo challenge into your vacation to preserve your memories at the same time you are making them.
You will also find personal reflections (see She’s a Photographer awkward, but all me – maybe you can relate), contributions of my children (I Scored a Goal by Robby Davis – written at age 7), product reviews, photography tips and more.
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