Hey Mama, When they’re still small, it’s hard to believe our littles will ever get big—but my, how time flies! Before we know it, they’re in high school looking at electives and prepping for college—and we think, “What am I doing? I don’t know anything about teaching (or for that matter learning) a
Hey Mama, God’s Word teaches us that we are weak in nature. Our frame is dust. But out of His kindness and understanding, He recognizes our frailties. Still, He has given us His Word. We are responsible to read it, to apply it, to pick up our cross and follow Him, to strive
Hey Mama, I homeschool full time. I work full time. I pray for wisdom all the time. There are two things that we keep in mind as I work from home and also homeschool. They are Keeping family as first priority. Scheduling with flexibility. Family First My family must always come first. So,
Hey Mama, Classical Education and Charlotte Mason Education both vouch for creating good habits and starting them when the children are young. There are so many benefits that result from the forming of good habits. Peace is one of them. Wouldn’t we all like a dose of peace in our homeschool days? It
Hey Mama, This is the day that the Lord has made! You are still breathing, and that’s a good thing. Your children are healthy and whole. They ate today. Your lights are still on, and as of this minute, there is gas in your car! There will be dinner on the table tonight.
Hey Mama, Every graduation, a video is created from only ten pictures to depict that child’s birth through their graduation. It plays for thirty seconds with their desired music in the background. When I watch these, their life from birth through graduation literally passes in front of my eyes, and I end up
Hey Mama, What does homeschooling mean to you? Are you doing it because it’s a current popular trend and super convenient during this pandemic? Maybe you travel a lot or your kids have special needs. Were your children being bullied in public school, and you thought this would be the solution? So maybe
Hey Mama, In five years, life will be very different. You may have another child (or even a grandchild). People you know may have passed away. You might live in a different house or in a different state. You might have a completely different job. You might have no job at all. Life