10 Spiritual Lessons from My Daughter
By Michael Kress
I recently completed a five-week paternity leave to care for my baby daughter, Adira. When my wife, Stephanie, returned to work, I decided to take the time off to be a full-time parent, however briefly. The weeks flew by quickly, even as individual days unfolded slowly, lacking the structure that defines most of our lives--no alarm clocks, train schedules, work hours. During that time, I focused on Adira--who was five months old at the time--and little else. But just as importantly, I learned some lessons from her. Click through my gallery to read about those lessons, and to get a glimpse of the beautiful child I have the privilege of raising.
Click here to read the lessons I learned from my daughter.
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