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Posts by: Cornelia Seigneur

  1. Prom is fun for kids — and parents- (so please understand) May 21, 2015

    Posted in Moms, Motherhood, Twins, Writing.

    2 comments
  2. A place to start — right here, right now May 11, 2015

    Posted in 31 Days of Parenting Philosophy, Outreach, Parenting, Teaching Moments, West Linn, Writing.

    4 comments
  3. Be the Mom April 30, 2015

    Posted in 31 Days of Parenting Philosophy, Parenting, Parenting Philosophy, Raising Teens, Raising twins, Writing.

    2 comments
  4. When one of my Twins is missing from “his couch” April 29, 2015

    Posted in Children, Kids growing up, Parenting, Raising boys, Raising Teens, Raising twins, Real LIfe, Twins, Writing.

    No comments
  5. “Mom, why don’t you want to be old?” April 27, 2015

    Posted in 31 Days of Parenting Philosophy, Attitude, Life, Live the Questions, Writing, Youth.

    4 comments
  6. It was one big party of people “finding their people” April 22, 2015

    Posted in 2015 Faith & Culture Writers Conference, Author/Speaking Events, Authors, Church, Community, Faith & Culture Writers Conference, Hospitality, Writing.

    4 comments
  7. Outdoor Adventure with Kids Links- Rose City Forum Radio April 14, 2015

    Posted in Adventure, Family Life, Kids, Motherhood, Nature, Outdoors, Writing.

    No comments
  8. Welcoming A.J. Swoboda to April 23 Writers Connection! April 12, 2015

    Posted in Rolling Hills Community Church Writers Connection, Writers Connection-, Writing.

    No comments
  9. The Faith & Culture Writers Conference risk April 12, 2015

    Posted in 2015 Faith & Culture Writers Conference, Culture, Writing.

    10 comments
  10. On my son turning 12 and me spreading the Nutella correctly March 27, 2015

    Posted in Children, Family Life, Kids, Moms, Motherhood, Navigating Motherhood, Parenting Philosophy, Raising Tweens, Real-Life Mom column, Tradition, Transitions, Tweens.

    2 comments
  11. What fills in The Dashes of our Lives? March 17, 2015

    Posted in Being present, Christianity, Faith and Culture, Integrity, Life, Motherhood, Parenting Philosophy, Writing.

    6 comments
  12. Do they feel we love our work more than them? March 11, 2015

    Posted in 31 Days of Parenting Philosophy, Attitude, Being present, Kids, Moms, Motherhood, Navigating Motherhood, Parenting, Parenting Philosophy, Raising Teens, Raising Tweens, Technology Free, The Extraordinary Ordinary, work, working moms, Writing.

    6 comments
  13. It’s like you’re living the movie, ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ March 5, 2015

    Posted in Accident, Attitude, Being present, Extraordinary Ordinary, Gratitude, Hospitality, Kids, Life, Moms, Teaching Moments, The Extraordinary Ordinary, Writing.

    4 comments
  14. When we cannot “do,” we have to just “be” February 27, 2015

    Posted in Accident, Being present, Faith, Life, Writing.

    5 comments
  15. On the Accident and Angels and the Rest of my Life February 15, 2015

    Posted in Accident, Adventure, Attitude, Being present, Extraordinary Ordinary, Faith, Family Life, Gratitude, Grown children, Holidays, Home, Kids, Life, Live the Questions, Moms, Motherhood, Parenting, Parenting Philosophy, Raising Teens, Raising Tweens, Real LIfe, Real-Life Mom column, Slowing Down, Teaching Moments, Teens, The Extraordinary Ordinary, Tradition, Tweens, West Linn, West Linn news, Writing.

    27 comments
  16. This month’s Writers Connection set for Monday March 16 features Tony Kriz January 15, 2015

    Posted in Writers Connection-, Writing.

    No comments
  17. Having a Mary mindset in a Martha World January 9, 2015

    Posted in 31 Days of Parenting Philosophy, Accident, Being present, Children, Extraordinary Ordinary, Faith, Faith and Culture, Family Life, Gratitude, Grown children, Kids, Life, Moms, Motherhood, Navigating Motherhood, Real LIfe, Real-Life Mom column - The Oregonian, Writing.

    10 comments
  18. It’s hard, it gets better, keep on keeping on – On parenting December 19, 2014

    Posted in Family Life, Kids, Moms, Motherhood, Navigating Motherhood, Parenting, Parenting Philosophy, Raising Teens, Raising Tweens, Real LIfe, Real-Life Mom column, Real-Life Mom column - The Oregonian, Teaching Moments, Teens, Transitions, Tweens, Twins, West Linn, Writing.

    1 comment
  19. Rough Draft – The theme of the 2015 Faith & Culture Writers Conference and my life December 16, 2014

    Posted in 2015 Faith & Culture Writers Conference, Art, Author/Speaking Events, Communication, Faith & Culture Writers Conference, Faith and Culture, Faith. Culture. The Arts Connection, Register, Writing.

    No comments
  20. On not hiding my name tag anymore December 12, 2014

    Posted in Adventure, Attitude, Kids, Life, Outreach, Teaching, Teaching Moments, vocation, Writing.

    13 comments
  21. Hospitality is one Christmas Tradition we cannot let disappear December 8, 2014

    Posted in Children, Community, Family Life, Guest post, Holidays, Home, Hospitality, Real LIfe, Real-Life Mom column, Tradition, Transitions, Tweens.

    1 comment
  22. No one cares, Mom – Oh, but they do! December 7, 2014

    Posted in 31 Days of Parenting Philosophy, balance, Children, Extraordinary Ordinary, Family Life, Holidays, juggling, Kids, Life, Moms, Motherhood, Navigating Motherhood, Parenting, Parenting Philosophy, Raising Teens, Raising Tweens, Real LIfe, Real-Life Mom column, Teens, Tradition, Tweens, Twins, Writing.

    4 comments
  23. Searching for “Heimat” to finally feel the soil where my roots were formed November 24, 2014

    Posted in Children, Church, Community, Family Life, Home, Kids, Life, Moms, Motherhood, Parenting, Real LIfe, Writing.

    2 comments
  24. But, Mom, you helped ME this morning November 9, 2014

    Posted in balance, Character, Children, Faith, juggling, Kids, Life, Moms, Motherhood, Navigating Motherhood, Parenting, Parenting Philosophy, Real LIfe, Real-Life Mom column, Real-Life Mom column - The Oregonian, Teaching Moments, working moms, working parents, Writing.

    6 comments
  25. About that new double three-ring zipper binder October 26, 2014

    Posted in Kids, Life, Moms, Motherhood, Navigating Motherhood, Parenting, Parenting Philosophy, Writing.

    2 comments


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