Do you feel like you are failing? For some of us becoming a mother was natural. As little girls we dreamt of marriage, kids, white picket fences, visits to the park and night time snuggles. We had plenty of practice with babysitting on weekends or even watching our younger siblings so our parents could have a weekly date night. We… Read More
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Is homeschool clutter taking over your home? Unfortunately Summer break is ending which means homeschool clutter season is rolling in. Yep, it has its own season. Over the Summer we’ve enjoyed more free time, fun time and less scheduled days. Our time was spent doing absolutely nothing with no responsibilities…Wait… What? Umm no. That would be nice, but not realistic…. Read More
When is your first day of homeschool? I know a lot of you have already started, but maybe you could still add a few of these fun activities throughout the coming months. Here we are again starting another school year. We always try to make the first day of homeschool fun! But first I just want to tell you a… Read More
When our kids were young, it was easy to teach them their alphabet and how to count. As the years pass, certain subjects become more difficult to teach. It can be easy to be intimidated by certain subjects—like the sciences. This year, I’m excited to introduce you to an online course that will help solve your problems: Experience Astronomy. >>>>Learn… Read More
One of my favorite parts of homeschooling (and the main reason we began homeschooling in the first place) was the freedom to go where we wanted – when we wanted. Throughout the years of traditional school, I noticed that field trips and outdoor experiences were becoming fewer and fewer. I wanted my kids to “experience” education, not just read about… Read More