There’s just something about the last child that makes a mama’s heart yearn for more. Knowing that after this stage, you’ll never revisit it again is bittersweet. Starting your baby’s kindergarten year is probably one of those milestones that comes all too quickly and passes just as fast.
Seeing a blood-thirsty, man-eating beast of a shark, shooting through the water towards me with his jaws ready to snap around my panicked body is one of my life-long fears. The other is homeschooling high school.
Speech therapy is an investment of time and money. As parents, there are always several priorities competing for the time and money that we have available. It’s frustrating to spend the time and money on any sort of therapy, and not see results. We want the best for our children.
Every little girl loves unicorns and every hungry mouth loves donuts! What better way to combine the best of both worlds than by whipping up a batch of homemade unicorn donuts? Using ingredients you likely already have on hand, this special treat is one that they won’t be forgetting anytime soon! In just a few shortkeep reading…
It’s not very often that I find a curriculum that works for us, year after year. Sometimes, even when we’ve found the perfect curriculum, we still need to shake things up. Kids get bored, parents get burnt out and everyone becomes miserable. What once made homeschooling enjoyable is now making everyone resistant.
Knowing where you’re at in the world and where you want to go are two very important skills that kids sometimes aren’t taught. While we understand that the world is a big place, we don’t fully grasp just how huge the world is.
Fancy vacations. Massive shopping trips. Extravagant birthday parties. The overwhelming pressure to keep up with “The Jones’” has convinced us that we need to spend a ton of money to make memories with our kids. Luckily, that couldn’t be further from the truth.
Wondering how to have some Easter fun without the huge mess? Our Easter egg bunny craft is just what you’ve been looking for! Start a fun tradition of recreating your family using this adorable design!
I’ll be the first to admit that math just isn’t my “thing.” Up until about middle school, it wasn’t so bad, but after that, I just kind of glazed over and didn’t even try to learn what was being taught.
If your house is anything like mine, by the time spring finally rolls around, there’s a layer of dust on just about everything. Muddy footprints tell stories of the long snow days.The general “blah” feeling towards everything has set into every aspect of life.