By Jarod Dyess
Imagine preparing your family to attend a fancy wedding of a family member. You and your spouse are running around frantically trying to get your clothes laundered and ironed. He picking out the right tie, she finding the perfect shoes and jewelry for her outfit. You notice your children are outside playing. In all the chaos of making sure you have the gifts wrapped, you forgot to start getting the kids ready. You call for you better-half to call them inside and to begin stripping their grass stained pants and mud covered shirts. All of your own attire is on hold as you push them into the showers to get cleaned up. For a moment you have some time to yourself to continue your routine.