Who We Are - Family Life

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What is your family situation?

Single living at home
8
7%
Single on your own
9
7%
A Married Couple
29
24%
Married with children
48
40%
Divorced alone
8
7%
Divorced with children
0
No votes
Remarried couple
6
5%
Remarried with children (blended family)
8
7%
Widowed
5
4%
 
Total votes : 121

Re: Who We Are - Family Life

Postby natman » Wed Sep 18, 2013 5:59 pm

jochanaan wrote:
maavrik wrote:Мы семья из России,Христиане более 10 лет,Искатели Бога,2е детей 3 и 10 лет
Which, being interpreted, is "We are the family from Russia,Christians more than 10 years,Finder Lights Бога,2e children 3 and 10 years"


Google translated it:
We are a family of Russian, Christians for more than 10 years, God Seekers, 2e children 3 and 10 years
SON-cerely,
Nathan Powers

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Re: Who We Are - Family Life

Postby Ramblinman » Wed Sep 18, 2013 10:08 pm

natman wrote:2e children


2e is the hexadecimal equivalent of 46 in decimal units. :biggrin:
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Re: Who We Are - Family Life

Postby natman » Fri Sep 20, 2013 5:34 am

Ramblinman wrote:
natman wrote:2e children


2e is the hexadecimal equivalent of 46 in decimal units. :biggrin:


His poor wife.
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Re: Who We Are - Family Life

Postby pipermac » Mon Jan 20, 2014 9:08 pm

I am a married/single, living as a single. She moved out to live with another man six weeks after we got married. We are still legally married, but she hasn't lived with me regularly since January 16, 2013.

This is my fourth marriage.

Married to my first wife for 19 1/2 years before she committed suicide. We had four kids, three girls and one boy, currently ages 32(g), 31(g), 29(b) and 24(g). I have had no contact with my kids since 1998, so I have no information on possible grand-kids.

Second wife and I were married for 8 1/2 years, before she divorced me to resume her free and single life.

Third wife and I were married for 2 1/2 years, before she decided to move out of state and divorced me.

I am naked and unashamed in Christ!

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Re: Who We Are - Family Life

Postby Ramblinman » Tue Jan 21, 2014 2:32 pm

pipermac wrote:...We had four kids, three girls and one boy, currently ages 32(g), 31(g), 29(b) and 24(g). I have had no contact with my kids since 1998, so I have no information on possible grand-kids...


Steve,

Are those four kids such spawn of the devil that you still want no dealings with them?
If so, I would not want to bring evil toxic relationships into my life.
But is there any chance that in the 13 or 14 years since your last visit, that any of them have been saved and transformed by Christ?
Is there any chance that grandchildren, if any, might need your love and acceptance, no matter how wicked their parents?
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Re: Who We Are - Family Life

Postby pipermac » Tue Jan 21, 2014 4:08 pm

Ramblinman wrote:
pipermac wrote:...We had four kids, three girls and one boy, currently ages 32(g), 31(g), 29(b) and 24(g). I have had no contact with my kids since 1998, so I have no information on possible grand-kids...


Steve,

Are those four kids such spawn of the devil that you still want no dealings with them?
If so, I would not want to bring evil toxic relationships into my life.
But is there any chance that in the 13 or 14 years since your last visit, that any of them have been saved and transformed by Christ?
Is there any chance that grandchildren, if any, might need your love and acceptance, no matter how wicked their parents?


They are the ones who refuse to have any contact with me. Their mother's family poisoned their minds with lies, reinforcing it with gifts. They blame me for their mother's death. I have tried several times through the years to contact various of them, but to no avail. I tried to contact my oldest daughter a couple of years ago, and she threatened to have me arrested.

Steve
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Re: Who We Are - Family Life

Postby Ramblinman » Tue Jan 21, 2014 8:48 pm

pipermac wrote:
Ramblinman wrote:
pipermac wrote:...We had four kids, three girls and one boy, currently ages 32(g), 31(g), 29(b) and 24(g). I have had no contact with my kids since 1998, so I have no information on possible grand-kids...


Steve,

Are those four kids such spawn of the devil that you still want no dealings with them?
If so, I would not want to bring evil toxic relationships into my life.
But is there any chance that in the 13 or 14 years since your last visit, that any of them have been saved and transformed by Christ?
Is there any chance that grandchildren, if any, might need your love and acceptance, no matter how wicked their parents?


They are the ones who refuse to have any contact with me. Their mother's family poisoned their minds with lies, reinforcing it with gifts. They blame me for their mother's death. I have tried several times through the years to contact various of them, but to no avail. I tried to contact my oldest daughter a couple of years ago, and she threatened to have me arrested.

Steve


I commend you for trying and trying again.
One could make the argument that if you had not tried to reach out to them, then you probably were guilty of lack of love and neglect.

I cannot say that you have convinced me that you should stop trying to show your love to your children and grandchildren, but it would take someone else wiser than I to suggest whether it is time to simply wait for them to repent and come to you as the prodigal son did in Jesus's parable.
May the Lord give you that wisdom!
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Re: Who We Are - Family Life

Postby rinlw » Wed Feb 12, 2014 1:04 pm

I dont really fit into the any of the types.....I am single but have a 15 yr old son that I adopted....so really none of the boxes fit us but we are still a family unit!
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Re: Who We Are - Family Life

Postby Petros » Thu Feb 13, 2014 12:31 am

Dear me - last I heard it was increasingly difficult to adopt as a singleton, even with special needs. Were you a couple at the time of the adoption?
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Re: Who We Are - Family Life

Postby Kiltedhiker » Sat Feb 15, 2014 12:12 pm

Married at 19 and 20 - that was 30 years ago this summer! 3 great kids from high school to college.
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Re: Who We Are - Family Life

Postby rinlw » Sat Feb 15, 2014 12:51 pm

Petros wrote:Dear me - last I heard it was increasingly difficult to adopt as a singleton, even with special needs. Were you a couple at the time of the adoption?



Yes , in Florida it is very difficult but God has a plan for us and worked His will....it is truly amazing the doors He blew down to make it happen.
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Re: Who We Are - Family Life

Postby nature » Mon Jun 16, 2014 5:10 am

Been married for 14 years have two kids (11 and 8 ).
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Re: Who We Are - Family Life

Postby nytro » Mon Mar 02, 2015 3:03 pm

I have been married to wonder woman, for the last 28 years, and it keeps getting better! We have one daughter, that got married last summer, so we are now officially empty nesters, and living in a clothing optional home! My wife isn't as comfortable with nudity as I am (neither is our daughter), however she knows and understands that I enjoy being nude, and she joins me at times that we are guaranteed that we will not be seen by others, even in the great outdoors. I frequently hike in the Chautauqua gorge in western NY, where there is an unofficial nude area. My wife will join me on hikes from time to time, she in a bikini top and shorts, me nude. If we haven't come across anyone else in a while, she will take her top off, or even join me nude for a short time.

We are part owners of a cabin on nearby Chautauqua lake, where we both enjoy nude boating, but only on non-busy weekdays.

We also have a semi private back yard, with a pool and pool deck. I found an item on the NetNude website (the item is no longer available), called the privacy screen, that can be set up quickly and removed quickly, giving our pool deck complete privacy from the neighbors. We have woods behind our house, and our property goes into the woods, meaning that we will never have neighbors back there, unless we allow it, by selling off some of our land. My wife and I do enjoy our pool and deck while nude.

So that is a look into my family life.
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Re: Who We Are - Family Life

Postby natfree » Thu Jan 21, 2016 2:58 am

we are a family with three kids. The family is the best support to live the naturist way of life i think. The kids have more respect to the adults and have a opened mind.
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Re: Who We Are - Family Life

Postby natman » Thu Jan 21, 2016 6:19 pm

Natfree,

I LOVE to see families that play together, especially playing nude together.... and hopefully praying together and staying together.

I am very impressed with your photos and your adventures.
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