WELCOME TO OUR WORLD
Watering Our Seeds is a blog designed to document our family life. We spend a lot of time together as a family, exploring all that the world has to offer. We have found that many of these activities offer excellent educational opportunities. This not only provides a fun experience but also nurtures our children mentally. We are a family of six; Don, Erica, Jordan, Jada, Jurnee, and our dog Tyson. There are some very unique personalities in our household. We want to share our experiences with others in hopes of providing valuable information that will inspire others to get out and live life more abundantly.
The blog will highlight many aspects of our life, from traveling to running our businesses. Our life isn’t perfect by any means. We will give you an inside look into how we live; our adventures, date nights, vacations, businesses, and more. To some our life is nothing spectacular, to others we are living the dream, to us we are just enjoying life and all that it brings.
Often times parents assume as our children get older they would much rather hang with their friends. We want to share our family friendly fun in hopes of bringing and keeping families together. Children should always have something positive to look forward to. While, we teach each of our children to strive for perfection in all aspects of their lives, we realize life’s experiences have ways of testing their will to persevere. Through simple tips, and lessons that we’ve taught our seeds as well as the many things we’ve learned from them, we want to provide you with continual words of encouragement and visuals of some of the activities that we’ve embarked upon alongside our children. From our family to yours, we hope we can provide a few of the nutrients necessary to water your own seeds!!!
Watering Our Seeds…..water is an odorless, colorless, tasteless liquid that is essential to the survival of all living creatures. A seed is the beginning of something much greater. Our seeds (children) are our most valuable assets and we are required to provide them the nutrients necessary to survive in a world that seems to be decaying around us. The name is simply a metaphor to explain all that we pour into our children so they grow into caring, responsible, and productive adults.