Homeschooling With A Newborn Or Infant

This is probably one of the most frequent concerns posed when speaking with new homeschooling Mamas. The job of mothering a newborn or infant seems daunting enough without adding in another formidable challenge of educating your children. But…

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The Journey To Homeschooling: You’ve Made The Decision, There’s No Looking Back

You’ve chosen to homeschool or, because of present circumstances, homeschooling chose you. Now what? In our next post, we’ll discuss homeschooling with multiple children. Today, however, is going to be an incredibly practical post. If you are spiraling…

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When Homeschooling Chooses You (Pandemic Changes)

This is a brand new era: COVID19. This time has been fraught with so many conflicting reports, so many unknowns and so much fear. We now wear masks to go grocery shopping and all sports and extracurricular activities…

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What Young Couples Really Need To Hear Us Say

“Are you pregnant?” Noah & Katie are 19 year olds who are weeks away from getting married. Be honest, for the vast majority of people reading this, you did a double take. Married at 19? Don’t you want…

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DIY – How Resourcefulness Is The Key To Young Families Surviving And Thriving

In 2005 Shannon and I purchased our first house, which for the realists out there is really to say we signed our life away to the bank in exchange for the right to a set of keys to…

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