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Top 10 Myths about Homeschool Parents

We’re a misunderstood bunch, or so it seems. Here’s a list of my Top 10 Myths about Homeschool Parents. I hope it’s enjoyable for those on both sides of the coin. 2,353 more words

Home Education

44 years and 1 day

Yesterday, I turned 44 years and one day old.  I wrote a blog post (read it here!) all about my birthday and what my actual day looked liked, but I woke up this morning with more to share.  2,000 more words


Why I'm Choosing to Home-School

When September rolls around I plan to begin official home-school for my oldest, who will be 4 in February. Parker has been doing “school pages” for over a year now, and he frequently asks to get out his school books so he can do letters and numbers. 989 more words

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Rome's Military (Week 24 History Essay)

Today I will talk about Rome’s military.

Rome participated in many battles and fights, as so, they needed to have a suitable military. Rome had the most intimidating army system the ancient world had ever seen. 230 more words


Piglet Dissection

Yesterday, my homeschool group life science class wrapped up the year with piglet dissections.  Now I don’t like preserved specimens.  They are gray and the tissue isn’t normal.   380 more words

robotics worlds

We got to go to Louisville, Kentucky on Monday to watch my brother’s fifth graders compete in the Vex Robotics World Competition. As always, traveling with kids brings plenty of adventures, think 10p climbs out of the pack n play, 90 minutes to get dinner, and possibly getting splattered by vomit. 80 more words



Today, we travel to a beautiful country named for the Niger River in west Africa.  It is mostly covered by the Sahara Desert, and is nicknamed, the “frying pan of the world”!   297 more words