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Holiday Baking With Kids: Perfectly Imperfect

My family comes from a long line of fantastic bakers. As amazing as this may sound for my kids, this could easily have put them at a disadvantage to enjoying the Christmas season. Why? Well simple, because I want everything to be perfect, which could only mean one thing, no kids in the kitchen. Luckily… Continue reading Holiday Baking With Kids: Perfectly Imperfect

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So You Want To Help A Homeschool Mom

Months after my first baby was born, my parents moved a few hours away from us, getting help when I needed it hasn’t always been an easy option for me. This turned out to be a blessing in disguise because this lack forced me to get out and make some new friends, especially those living right in… Continue reading So You Want To Help A Homeschool Mom

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Mere Motherhood: A Homeschool Philosophy Wake Up Call

Since the beginning of the year something has been off with our homeschool. I couldn’t place it because my goal was to have a more relaxed year, what could be wrong with that? The problem fell with the fact that it wasn’t really showing up in the day to day. In my heart I knew… Continue reading Mere Motherhood: A Homeschool Philosophy Wake Up Call

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6 Things Saving My Homeschool Sanity

Mornings start late and chaotic now that we are a month into our homeschool year. Usually we would have some kind of routine by now but I can honestly say I don’t see a routine on the horizon unless I could somehow triple myself. Thankfully I had already prepped myself mentally for a tough year because that… Continue reading 6 Things Saving My Homeschool Sanity

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Tips For An Organized Home Centered Homeschool Room

Bringing school into the home was never an option in my mind. After all I grew up Homeschooled so my Mom had taken care of the step most Homeschool families take, setting up desks for school. That was Kindergarten, it didn’t take long until we realized school would happen in the dining room, living room couch or even… Continue reading Tips For An Organized Home Centered Homeschool Room

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7 Habits For A Fearless Homeschool Mom Life

It’s the lazy part of my human nature that tells me there is a secret formula I can follow for perfection in motherhood and my homeschool. Unfortunately for most(all) of us, that simply isn’t the case. We strive for perfection, yet God doesn’t call us to that. He calls us to rely on Him in… Continue reading 7 Habits For A Fearless Homeschool Mom Life

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A Homeschool Graduate’s Guide To Homeschooling Teenagers

We all expect some element of perfection from our children, it starts the day they are born. The moment I saw my firstborn, I was laid out on the operating table during an emergency C-section, while my husband held our daughter for the first time with that new dad glisten in his eyes. As soon I laid eyes on… Continue reading A Homeschool Graduate’s Guide To Homeschooling Teenagers

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Morning Time: A Time For Accidental Education

  Last school year I sharpened new pencils with a resolved calm on the outside but my insides were churning like the pencil sharpener. I had it easy for a while with a Baby or Toddler almost always hanging out while I taught, but my school age kids were so little it hardly mattered. The one on one attention I was… Continue reading Morning Time: A Time For Accidental Education

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HELP! For The Homeschool Mama Of A Struggling Reader

Today I got to write a guest post for the 20 Days of Homeschool Encouragement Blog Party over at Busy Boys Brigade! Head on over to read all of the lovely posts offering encouragement on so many important topics. Each of these have spoken to my Mama heart as I prepare to start another school year and I… Continue reading HELP! For The Homeschool Mama Of A Struggling Reader