Tag: Homeschool

  • A Glimpse Into Our Homeschool…

    In which we take a break from the cliff-hanger Home Management Binder Series to give a glimpse into our homeschool…Binder tips will resume when the desktop gets out of the hospital. (Good news – diagnosis has been made and parts are in the mail!) Our School Day I look forward to 10 am every day,…

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  • Relevant Highlight #1

    Laura Booz was my favorite speaker, handsdown, at Relevant.  With Ann Voskamp, Amy Andrews, Lisa Jo, and so many others, how was Laura my top pick? Because she was the most relevant to me. She’s a homeschool mommy of 3, and FULL of passion! Her enthusiasm and joy made her talks some of the most…

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  • It’s a busy week – especially when I suddenly remembered my desire to make Easter as meaningful to our children as our celebration of Christmas. So, added to the business in the studio (working on 5 Easter dresses, between mine and my sewing girls’), I decided I wanted to celebrate Passover with a Messianic Seder…

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  • Why I Don’t Have Time For Facebook

    I told you about my affair with facebook. I told you about my facebook fast. Next week I’m gonna tell you how I have brought more balance into my computer time and broken the addiction to facebook. But this week I just wanted to share with you the awesomeness that has left me with little…

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  • "Thank goodness I was never sent to school…"

    How refreshing it was to find this quote as I slogged through reviews and websites looking for just the right combination of resources for Jesse for kindergarten. Reminds me of why I am doing what I’m doing…And makes me so grateful that my mother paved the way for my approach my children’s education by homeschooling…

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  • “Thank goodness I was never sent to school…”

    How refreshing it was to find this quote as I slogged through reviews and websites looking for just the right combination of resources for Jesse for kindergarten. Reminds me of why I am doing what I’m doing…And makes me so grateful that my mother paved the way for my approach my children’s education by homeschooling…

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  • In Which We Begin Preschool and Discover That We LOVE It.

    I told you a while back how I was literally sitting on my hands to keep from starting school too early with Jesse. I want, above all, to teach him to love learning so I didn’t want to push him too soon. It was hard when a lot of my friends were starting their first…

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