This just appeared in the February print edition of The Presbyterian Record magazine. It’s a shortened take on my longer blog from March 2014. Enjoy!
There is more technology in your smart phone than there was in the first Apollo spacecraft that went to the moon. I read that somewhere.
(My dad, Eric Ruttan, died on Sunday, November 16th. He lived 2 months less two days after being diagnosed with aggressive cancers in several parts
This isn’t one of those lists that tells you to start doing a bunch more things so that (a) you have more stuff to do
Remember that movie Pay It Forward? It starred Kevin Spacey, Haley Joel Osment and Helen Hunt. A young boy wants to make the world a
Last year I blogged about this very thing. So here it is again with a few tweaks: How do we teach our children about the
Boys are different from girls. I grew up as 1 of 3 boys. Now, I have a son. My friends have sons. And there are boys
I’ve been doing a lot of reading on parenting these days. Makes sense—not only do I care about families, but I’m a dad to 3
This isn’t at all connected to the TV show Modern Family—even though that is pretty funny. Nor is it meant to usurp the real 10
I think we all want Christmas to be awesome. Filled with awe. And as I drive through the neighbourhoods and see multi-coloured lights going up
For those of you who are married, do you remember your wedding vows? Having had the privilege of marrying several people (no, I’m not a
Okay, so I didn’t need a paternity leave to realize moms rock. But it certainly is like putting on new glasses after having been told
Okay, I admit it. That title promises a lot! But think of it like this: I once heard someone talk about how people think they