This past fall, my family bought a house. I had some things I wanted just because we homeschool. So, I present to you: The Homeschooler Checklist of Needs When House Hunting.
I’m going to talk today about something that secular homeschoolers don’t discuss often—Marriage. This year marks my 20th wedding anniversary, so I’m going to pretend that it gives me the wisdom to share. Bear with me.
Homeschooling through major life events, new babies, illness or moving, can be challenging. Should you push through or change your routine? Advice from a veteran homeschool mom.
Usually, the parent who does the homeschooling is the mom and the one who gets to be the breadwinner is the dad. But not always, but usually. And if you are that dad, there are some things you need to know about your wife’s job.
With Mother’s Day coming up this weekend, I want to take a moment today to talk about self-care as a mom. I don’t mean spa days or girls weekends. Or that half an hour you take once a week to watch something on HBO. I mean real life, every day, not losing your mind.
I’m tired of hearing parents talk about how they want their child to find their “passion in life.” They say this as though this one miraculous interest would save them from a lifetime of challenges. I don’t want my child to find a single driving passion in their young lives. I want them to find a passion for life.
I’m a crafty mom. Not sneaky. I mean, I really like crafts. And sometimes, my love of crafts and homeschooling combine to make some interesting choices. I have wanted to make a map quilt to go along with our history studies and I finally got around to it this weekend!
Living with food allergies or celiac disease is tough and the moment you realize you need to make major changes to your family’s diet can be overwhelming. Here my list of ideas for how to survive the initial change and for tips for long-term meal planning.