Heath Wilcock received his Bachelor's Degree in English Creative Writing at Arizona State University. On weekends, he performs improvisational comedy at The National Comedy Theatre. Heath's short stories have been published in Ninth Letter and elsewhere. Heath currently lives with his wife and three-year-old daughter in Tempe, Arizona.
This post is part of our month-long series featuring different ways that parents of various religions have talked to their kids about God.
Fold your arms.
We say this to our 3-year-old daughter…whenever food is about to be blessed at my parents' house. She never folds her arms nor closes her eyes, but instead maintains her energy while everyone else stops conversations and becomes reverent. By this age, she should be well-trained in the Folding Arms & Bowing Head procedure, and maybe even saying the prayer, with… >> Read More