Homeschool Mom’s Guide to Easy Meals

  I don’t know about anyone else but mealtime takes up a lot of time at our place. I’m usually cooking for 5-6 people at each meal, and I laughingly say it takes them 5 minutes to devour a meal that took me 1 hour to make. I’m sorta teasing.  Anyway, I don’t have the
  I want to set the record straight: you are NOT the cause of your child’s learning failures, inability to pay attention, or frequently inappropriate behaviors. Blame does not lie (100%) on your curriculum choices, daily schedule, or child-raising philosophy.  Rather the culprit is something involuntary and unintentional. No amount of scolding, yelling, crying, or

Hey Mama Monday: One Day at a Time, Mama

  Hey Mama,   One . . . day . . . at . . . a . . . time God doesn’t want us to handle the drama of a week, a month, or a year—just ONE day! He knows we are busy trying to maintain the “normal” of life (ha!) and wants us

Celebrate Columbus Day

  Columbus Day is a national holiday in the U.S. and many other countries in the Western Hemisphere. It’s fun to celebrate Columbus Day with hands-on learning and good books. On October 12, 1492, Columbus landed on an island he renamed San Salvador. An Italian who sailed under the Spanish flag, Christopher was a devout

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