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Schoolwork Independence

I think it is every mom’s dream to say to their kids, “Go do your homework” and the kid happily goes to her room and does it. 397 more words

Homeschool

Weekly Wrap-up: Epiphany's Sting

Middle Boy celebrated his eighth birthday over the weekend. On Friday my husband took the day off from work and we drove to the Lego store in Nashville so he could spend his Christmas money (we made the crew put half of their money in savings). 1,150 more words

Homeschool

Symbols of The USA--The Bald Eagle

Symbols of The USA-The Bald Eagle

Objective: Help children understand the Bald Eagle is one of the Symbols of the United States of America.

Preparation:        366 more words

Preschool

Can Writing Fix Disoriented?

I think that’s what it’s called. I have so many fun things going on right now, I feel flighty. Like I can’t keep my eyes on the road. 532 more words

Family

A start

To kick off my blogging journey I’ve decided that my first post will be all about the various curriculum and tools we will be using for our first year of structured homeschooling. 1,184 more words

Family

I Just Want to Be Normal: Alice's Story

I am the oldest of four.

My three siblings are… an interesting little bunch. I’ve babysat them for the past couple of years while my (recently widowed) mother works a part-time job. 1,458 more words

Homeschool

Delivering our check to Hope Haven!

A few Wednesdays ago, we met up at Hope Haven’s Jakcsonville location and delivered the funds from last year to them. We were treated to a tour of their facilities and a meeting with the CEO, pictured with us below. 42 more words

Charity