My daughter spilled India Ink all over my kitchen floor this morning. ALL OVER! In the middle of gathering cleaning supplies, my one year old walked through it, sending my five year old into a fit of giggles. Meanwhile my three year old hollered from the bathroom that he was all out of toilet paper. Well, son that’s what happens when you use the entire roll for one … [Read more...] about You Can Homeschool! Pam Can Help!
When I agreed to review dear daughters by Susie Davis I was given an unexpected gift. As a stay at home with a professional degree I have struggled letting go of ties to my former professional life. I admit I still shudder when I check the box marked "homemaker" instead of filling in an occupation. I've had numerous conversations with other mothers about why this might be … [Read more...] about An Unexpected Gift with”dear daughters” (Book Giveaway!)
At a recent homeschool co-op meeting I asked a fellow mom if she was almost done for the year? I was met with tears! Folks, this wasn’t a woman prone to hysterics. This was a strong woman who was raising four amazing children! Yet, her stress and overwhelm were palpable. Her tears were out of frustration. She and her kids had worked hard for months and she had no idea if … [Read more...] about Does your homeschool plan work?
“I really want you to know that everything that is important to you is important to God. He cares about your small battles as much as the huge ones. You are a precious woman who gets out of balance sometimes like all the other women of the world. He wants to help you find your way.” Tightropes and Teeter-Totters Finding Balance in the Ups and Downs of Life Purchase … [Read more...] about Tightropes and Teeter-Totters (Book Review)
We are a family that loves to craft and make things together. So, having your own pair of scissors and the freedom to cut "all by yourself" is a pretty big deal around here :) With three littles all under four, safety is a top priority. I've watched my kids sit on scissors, poke themselves in the body and mouth with scissors, and stick their fingers in the blades of the … [Read more...] about Our Favorite First Scissors and Learning How to Cut