Hey Mama, You got through Monday. You did it. And I know there were moments you suffered from “mad cow 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
Summer is a great time to get outdoors and have fun learning (and the kids don’t even have to realize they’re soaking up knowledge). If your kids like sketching, drawing, or journaling, head outside with sketchbooks and have the kids jot down what’s special about God’s creation to them. If scavenger hunts are more
When you think of “ministry opportunities,” do you think that there’s no time or opportunity for you or your family to serve anyone right now? The term ministry opportunities is simply a fancy way of saying “serve others.” Teach your children that serving others can be something simple like helping a sibling pick up
Hey Mama, How you write your schedule has to fit YOUR life and your family. I can give you all the ideas in the world, but if something doesn’t work for you, it’s not going to work for your family. If this area is a struggle for you, the first thing you need to
Sometimes homeschooling slips into summer because life got in the way of hitting the books. Other times, it’s a deliberate decision to keep those kids from forgetting key information or keeping the momentum with newly learned skills. The most important thing when considering your homeschool calendar is to pray about it and get your
Hey Mama, Just stopping by with a little reminder. Life’s not about formulas. Well, it was for Baby Z for his first year of life, but I digress. Funny how babies love that stuff. But formula won’t last forever, and parenting is so far beyond that anyway. Formulas are for newbies. Amateurs. And a
Hey Mama, Our God is an awesome God who always provides. Has He ever once left you? Are you not His? Just as you love your own dear children, He cherishes His, too. Daughter of the King: You are personally CHERISHED by the God of the universe. He has not forgotten you. The trials
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.