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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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Daring Mom Guilt To Become Fulfilling Motherhood

When you’re in the trenches it’s easy to write off what you feel powerless to stop. From babies, toddlers, kiddos to teens we will find ourselves at many moments of conviction when we roll our eyes at ourselves, write it off as “Mom guilt!” and grab the closest piece of chocolate we can find. I have felt these points of… Continue reading Daring Mom Guilt To Become Fulfilling Motherhood

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The Beautifully Overwhelmed & Humble Mama

I have found myself again at a place of Overwhelm. A point where I cannot do it all. When my best isn’t good enough. My strength has faded. My cup is not overflowing. This is not going to be 5 ways to Overcome Overwhelm or 10 steps to find Happiness in the Overwhelm. Because sometimes there is no… Continue reading The Beautifully Overwhelmed & Humble Mama

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Mother’s Day: Dare To Delight In Your Kids

Becoming a Mom was never an easy task for me. I was put under the fire the day my daughter was born. Dreaming Daughter came first making her entrance to the world to a Mother recovering from preeclampsia, attempted natural birth of a breach baby and the dreaded C-section. My only recollection after giving birth is shivering in the recovery room after… Continue reading Mother’s Day: Dare To Delight In Your Kids