I’ve been having a good month. Granted as I write this, we are knee deep in a global pandemic, and I haven’t been inside of a grocery store in a coon’s age. Hopefully by the time you read this, we will be easing back into some of what life held for us before. It
When I decided to homeschool my children, I was excited by the prospects of this new adventure. I filled my days with planning, reading, and researching the best things to use so my children would have “everything they needed.” I quickly learned that my idea of “everything” did not match what my children truly
Welcome to Your New Normal What? Does that frighten you? It should not! No matter what your new normal is, due to health, finances, job changes, or even COVID-19, God is still there, and He is still at work. Besides, I can tell you from experience that this new normal will too pass, and
Hey Mama, You got through Monday. You did it. And I know there were moments you suffered from “mad mama” syndrome, but what’s done is done. Good thing your Father is patient and your kids so forgiving. They love you. I think it’s good they see the crud sometimes. They are experiencing real life.
When the recent pandemic was reported, a heightened sense of anxiety seemed to radiate everywhere, including our homeschool. It is times like these that we must be especially proactive in order to prevent that anxiety from overwhelming us and causing chaos in our homes. Here are five tips to promote a peaceful homeschool. PrayBegin
Hey Mama, I have a bunch of kids. We are the “Zoo on Wheels,” I like to say. We went to the circus a while ago –“Zoo meets Circus.” It was fun … and chaotic. After being a mama for thirty years, there have been lots of things my kids have said that have
Hey Mama, Trials will come and go. Some last longer than others, and some are so painful you cannot breathe. It’s easy to ask, “WHY, God?” But really, does He owe us an answer? He’s given us one already, and it’s in His word. There are a vast number of passages that discuss trials and
Hey Mama, You got through today. You did it. And I know there were moments you suffered from “mad mama” syndrome, but what’s done is done. Good thing your Father is patient and your kids so forgiving. They love you. I think it’s good they see the crud sometimes. They are experiencing real life. You’re