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Why Homeschooling Works for Our Family

I promised my husband when we started our homeschooling adventure last year that I would not turn into a homeschooling blogger. He knows how much time I devote to writing and wisely knew that if I blogged about our journey, I would not be able to transition well to being our kids’ teacher. I am grateful for his wisdom in […]

Incredible and Isolating: First Year of Homeschooling

We are 6 weeks into our first year of homeschooling and I can officially say that it has been the best decision for our family. But as amazing as it has been, I have also had moments where I have felt incredibly isolated. Our decision to home school our four children was made surprisingly easily. It was surprising, because overall […]

Intentional Living

My daughter had her first official babysitting experience recently. A couple of days later, it struck me that my husband and I should be able to go on a date any time now. If she is old enough to babysit other kids, she is mature enough and capable enough to watch her younger siblings. This is a new era for […]

Homeschooling and Thriving

This past weekend, a dear friend of mine showed me a bracelet that has her “one word” for the year on it. It was lovely. But it reminded me that I had completely forgotten my one word for the year. Me. The one who had inspired her to choose a word for the year in the first place. Wake up […]