Homeschooling With the End in Sight

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My oldest child is in the 7th grade this year. It's now April, and we are wrapping up this school year and thinking about 8th grade. Which makes my mama's heart pitter-patter with anxiety over what's just around the corner: HIGH SCHOOL. I just can't believe my little six-pound … [Read more...]

Give Your Kids a Chicken Education

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There's a craze hitting homeschool families everywhere. If you haven't already joined in on the fun, odds are you know someone who has. What am I talking about? CHICKENS! Well, backyard chickens...specifically. The craze hit our home last spring. After years of … [Read more...]

Raising a Socially Awkward Child

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  Sometimes the pressure within to write about a certain subject becomes overwhelming to me...and I feel as if I will burst if I don't put my thoughts down in concrete form. This is one of those moments. But it is also a moment where I wrestle with my desire to write … [Read more...]

Our Journey with Dyslexia

I've been up close and personal with dyslexia for many years. It started back in 1992 when my husband and I were high school sweethearts. He is two years older than me, and therefore, two grade levels ahead of me. But that didn't stop me from doing his homework. For years … [Read more...]

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