Our Homeschool Agreement

Our Homeschool Agreement

We have completed our 2016 – 2017 school year! I am happy to say we survived! Not just survived, but had an enjoyable time. In all my planning I added many things- checklists, a crate system, binders, Morning Time plans, Get to Know Me sheets, etc. But, what I found we needed and didn’t have … Continue reading

When Mommy Becomes Student-Teacher: Intro

When Mommy Becomes Student-Teacher: Intro

Our path to making the decision to homeschool our three children was sparked with the passing of SB-277. Before that, it was never even something either myself or my husband considered. We were grateful to have found an awesome school within our shotty school district that had a challenging curriculum and great teachers. A rose … Continue reading

Is That All?

Is That All?

Is it just me or does anyone else feel like this? I have many days when I feel like I don’t get anything done except washing cloth diapers. And I probably only get THAT done because without them the baby would have none. It is an ABSOLUTE must. I’m not even sure how I manage … Continue reading

Are you a Truth seeker?

The Truth just Is. It doesn’t have versions or renditions. It isn’t up for interpretation or your perspective. The Truth just Is. It can prove you right or wrong. Make you happy or sad. It should be your friend but some have made it their enemy. The Truth just is. It is the measure in … Continue reading

This year…

For the past few days I, like most, have been a in an introspective state. Things that I want for my life have flashed before me more times than I can count. Then, I settle on a thought, it over takes me, and I’m inspired. This year, however, I don’t have any resolutions, per se. … Continue reading

Our Birth Story

Our Birth Story

Today “Ducky” aka “Little” is 7 weeks and 2 days old. I am amazed at how quickly time has gone by. It seems like it was just yesterday I was at the hospital in labor. It’s taken me this long to complete because Ducky is quite demanding of my time, but I wanted to share … Continue reading