The Unexpected Blessings Of Being A Homeschool Family

When we first started homeschooling, I knew there would be some perks. For instance, I have an electric pencil sharpener and laminator. How could I not, being a homeschool mom? However, the unexpected blessings of being a homeschool family, which we have experienced are more of why we keep doing what we are doing.   The Unexpected Blessings Of Being A Homeschool Family Now, I want to start with I get that homeschooling is not for everyone. I honestly feel it … Read More

Homeschool Happenings – May

It’s the most wonderful time of the year… LOL! Yes, as I am sitting here thinking about what we did in our homeschool this past month – I am also thinking and very much looking forward to the slowing down that happens in May.  For now, here is our Homeschool Happenings – May edition. Which is really about all the things we did in April. LOL.     Homeschool Happenings – May   April was kind of a blah month … Read More

Studying the United States with Coloring and Activity Books

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As I have mentioned before, we have been brushing up a bit on our knowledge of the United States. Today, I am sharing how we are studying the United States with Coloring and Activity Books!! Also, you can enter for a chance to win some of the books mentioned too, so be sure to enter the giveaway at the end of this post.   (I received this product for free.  All opinions are honest, and I was not required to … Read More

5 Blogs You Need To Be Reading

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I am a blogger; I write words here on the internet for all to read. However, I am also a reader, and I enjoy reading books as well as other blogger’s words. Today I am sharing with you 5 Blogs You Need To Be Reading.     The Glorious Table You may have heard me mention The Glorious Table before, as I am a contributor there. The Glorious Table publishes blogs six days a week from a variety of talented … Read More

Chockful List Of My Favorite Things Right Now

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I love reading what other people’s favorite things are. I enjoy seeing what things they use and what things give them joy, what books they have read recently and loved, all of their favorite things.  Today, I thought I would share with you, what things I am loving, so here is a chockful list of my favorite things right now!   Product links are affiliate links. Beauty Products I am going to start off by saying, I think I am … Read More

Homeschool Happenings – April

March was another fun filled month in our world of homeschooling.  I am looking forward to sharing with you this Homeschool Happenings – April edition!   I know I am updating a bit later than normal, sorry! March was a fun month in our homeschool, and I am excited to share with you some highlights!  My parents visited in March, and so we took our “Spring Break” then, or as what I like to call “Mom Mom and Pop Pop … Read More

Out of the Comfort Zone

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Recently, my husband and I were wanting to take our children somewhere that we weren’t sure was going to be open. I sent them a Facebook message asking about the open hours that day. I sent a message because I hate making phone calls. I’d rather send an email or a text than just call–heck, I’d send a carrier pigeon if it would get me out of making a phone call. After a little while, they hadn’t responded to my … Read More

What Book Character Would You Be?

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Last week at our homeschool co-op we had a Fun Day where we were to dress up as a book character. The kids and I had a great time figuring out who we would be and what we needed to complete our costumes.  Take a look to see what characters we dressed up as. What book character would you be?   Super Grover Blake was the easiest decision by far.  He LOVES Super Grover, and he already had a Super … Read More

When You’re Longing For Change

    I’m not a winter person. I’m not even a fall or spring person. Summer is my jam, and if it were up to me, I would live in an area without wintry weather. However, I live in Michigan. The winters here are cold, gray, and filled with snow that never seems to melt. And we saw the sun only a whopping two days in January this year.   Michigan winters are heavy on my soul, and I’m counting … Read More

A Review of Project Passport: A Hands-On History Curriculum

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I am so excited to share Project Passport with you! I recently found out about Home School in the Woods and their Project Passport: a hands-on history curriculum. Check out my review below and also enter for a chance to win a set for your homeschool!!   (I received this product for free. All opinions are honest, and I was not required to post a positive review. Product links are affiliate links.) Home School in the Woods As you know … Read More

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