Passage for parents

A few years ago we were traveling through the Amish country in Pennsylvania.  I’d never been there and was fascinated by learning about their culture, especially about how their children grow up inside an isolated community without many of the modern things that are so much part of our kids’ lives.

Maybe that’s why I was surprised to see this plaque.  It didn’t seem to fit with the Amish lifestyle—-it sure fit with mine, so I bought it. 

It needs to belong to a family that can appreciate it— in our house, we’ve outgrown it.     

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  1. amy p
    June 8th, 2009 at 06:05 | #1

    love this!

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  2. June 8th, 2009 at 17:09 | #2

    I have 3 boys aged 20, 17, and 15 and they know absolutely everything about everything and I know very little.

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  3. Rebecca Wilkins
    June 9th, 2009 at 07:54 | #3

    I absolutely love this! My daughter just turned 14. Boy, I wish I knew half what she does! :) I am also at her school alot, it is a charter school with lots of free thinking students and teachers. I think this plaque would be perfect for her classroom!

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