Kristy Solis Category
By Kristy Solis A friend of our family told us, “The world would be a better place if all families stride to teach their families to be well intention in faith.” Although I consider this less a family lesson and more a call from Jesus for all of us to always act with pure intentions, […]
By Kristy Solis As we continue this journey through this pandemic, let us be companions on this journey. Although this has been a difficult crossroad in life, it has affected individuals in many different ways. Therefore, as we continue, if you have companions or even one companion, it will make this time bearable and worthwhile. […]
By Kristy Solis Over and over, I hear that the world around us is overwhelming. This is true. A pandemic, fires and hurricanes have intertwined in our lives and have become our new norm. Yet, we still need to live daily life through all of these trials.
By Kristy Solis The world is struggling around us, this includes families and especially children. We instill in our children to lean on their faith to carry them through this uncertain time. When you do not understand the world around you, it is a time for renewal and to seek faith. It is a time […]
By Kristy Solis Summertime is here! Due to this pandemic period, my daughters are eager to return to school. Keep in mind, they did not get a break from school. During this time, school was continued through online lessons. I asked both of my daughters “What do you miss about school?”
By Kristy Solis As we continue this journey through this pandemic, today marks approximately 60 days of shelter in place for our family. During this time, we have learned as a family that it is important to pause, to reflect, to have faith and to keep moving forward. I challenge you to stop and think, […]
By Kristy Solis In this ever-changing world as we journey through this pandemic, it is important to reflect, to have faith and to keep moving forward. It is normal to feel scared, anxious, angry, sad or all these emotions at one time. You just do not want to live there. Worry ends where faith begins. […]
By Kristy Solis One of the most important decisions that you will have to make on behalf of your child is deciding where your child will be educated. When it came time to make this decision for our child, we had way too many options of schools. Post-Katrina education had a different
By Kristy Solis One night, as a family, as we were driving past a cemetery. My oldest daughter pointed at the cemetery and said, “Is that where we are going?” Without missing a beat, my husband exclaimed, “Eventually, one day we will all go to a cemetery!” with a chuckle.
By Kristy Solis Do you teach your child about the depths of gratitude? For my children, gratitude is part of our prayer ritual. After we pray as a family, we take turns individually expressing what we are grateful for.