I love, love, love hearing about what other homeschool moms are using for curriculum. I will never tire of this conversation. And I have a hunch that I am not alone.
Moms. I know many of you are gearing up to manage your offspring for Easter Service this Sunday. Will they behave? Will they cry at all the wrong moments? Are you worried? Don't be.
I had grand plans to write another devotional playlist leading up to Easter, but as so often occurs, since my calling as mom and pastor's wife ranks higher than blog-writing, the dreamt-of devotional remains a dream. Alas. Perhaps next year, dear readers. However, with the devotional in mind, I have been occasionally adding a favorite… Continue reading Come Behold the Wonderous Mystery: An Easter Playlist
Ah, August, you old devil! Month of 105 degree days, smoky skies, and ebay deliveries. When the 4th cup of coffee makes its reappearance, and the but whyyyyyy's sound from the bowels of the house when kids are summoned to (gasp! swoon!) do lessons. Ticonderogas, 50¢ spiral notebooks, an eclectic bin of science experiment supplies… Continue reading Super Rad Homeschool Picks 2018/19
Sibling relationships are complex.
If you were watching from the house, you would hear a muted shriek from inside the car, see us stop, back up to the house, and let one kid out to go to the bathroom.
My older brother is a farmer by trade, and has called to cajole a favor out of me.
Make an appointment? Nah. It'll be fine.
We have discovered an amazing secret to fixing just about anything
I see now that I was given something far more valuable than I realized on my wedding day.