Dealing with the Challenges of Homeschooling

Homeschooling Isn’t Always Easy-Here’s How We Deal With the Challenges

In my last homeschooling post, I talked about the 5 ways that homeschooling has benefited our family. While I absolutely believe that homeschooling has enriched our lives so much in these 3 short years, I also will be the first to admit that it isn’t always easy. I have found that anything in life worth […]

Homeschool is Life- 5 Ways Homeschooling has Benefited our Family

Homeschool is Life: 5 Ways Homeschooling has Benefited our Family

Our family just finished our third year of homeschooling. My oldest son will be going into 2nd grade in the fall, and I have homeschooled him through pre-school, Kindergarten, and 1st grade. This last year I also homeschooled my middle daughter for Transitional Kindergarten. Our homeschool journey began with my son in pre-school, because at […]

A Day In Sutter's Fort

A Day In Sutter’s Fort

I’ve often thought of what it would have been like to live in another time. Especially back when pioneers were making their way across America, heading west for the promise of gold and a better life. To feel the spirit of adventure and excitement while loading up a covered wagon to head into the unknown. […]

Hearing God Through Housework

I had a very busy day ahead of me. I woke up early to spend some time hearing God by reading His word, and talking to Him in prayer. I was up before the children and had started getting things done, but I still felt like I was falling behind, and I was overwhelmed. I […]

Teen Pregnancy on Ask Away Friday

This week I swapped questions with Christy, who blogs over at Uplifting Families. Go check out her blog when you get a chance, and see some of the questions I asked her. 1. I was a teen mom too. What was your biggest struggle as a teen mother? –I think for me it was the fact […]