Creating Thanksgiving Memories

I love holidays and the opportunities they bring for creating meaningful traditions and memories with family. Thanksgiving for me will always bring back memories of my grandparents’ little farm in West Bridgewater, where grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins gathered for a big, traditional New England Thanksgiving dinner on the fourth Thursday in November. The menu …

Maybe the Whole Point is Turning the Hearts of Parents to their Children

More people are homeschooling now than ever before. Others are schooling at home through their school system’s virtual school. Some are doing a combo of in-classroom and remote learning. Homeschooling is hard.Virtual school at home is hard.Rotating your kids in and out of school is hard. I know some of you are struggling more than …

Don’t Be Discouraged

I thought I’d start bringing you along on my personal bible study, and share some of the gems that I find in God’s Word. I am not as consistent as I’d like to be, but am feeling especially convicted these days to be diligent and more disciplined in spending time with God. . When I …

Busy with Life – Be Back Soon!

Oh my goodness! This has been a surprisingly busy few weeks! Not great when you have a new blog and you are trying to establish a posting routine. Yikes. Routine has never been my strong suit. Does anybody relate? The number of people deciding to homeschool has skyrocketed, and between my support group, church, and …

Top 10 Books for Homeschool Moms (Plus a few more)

I am a reader, and I inhaled books about homeschooling not only when I was just beginning to homeschool, but every year of my 23 year homeschool journey. Actually, correct that. I am still reading books about homeschooling and my youngest graduated 3 years ago! I continue to have a heart to mentor homeschool moms, …