Category Archives: home school

4 yr old stump

Caleb hit a stumping point at age 4.. He was very stubborn and didn’t want to do much of anything related to school. It was one reason why I questioned if Id even be able to home school – Im … Continue reading

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Nap's and Schooling

Owen Naps in the morning… MOST days… but when he doesn’t – schooling can be a challenge. Im finding ways to make it work 🙂 – although I do prefer the naps – over trying to keep the Owster entertained … Continue reading

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I know people reading my blog must think I spend hours every day sitting at a computer. That my kids are neglected and that I have a computer addiction 🙂 Even my friend commented on the phone how I have … Continue reading

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TP & Print Boxes – recycled!

Theres a list on my side bar, some of you may of noticed… With a list of projects I want to complete. Ive completed 2 of those! This weekend I made a WIPE COVER for my huggies wipe case – … Continue reading

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School Snacks = Happy Boys

Our boys are always hungry. So by 10am – we take a break from schooling and have snack time. Often times I will let them work during that time – so we don’t get to behind – and they actually … Continue reading

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A mother of adults – who homeschooled

I was so excited to see Aliesha’s mom commented on my post earlier today on home schooling. Ive really enjoyed reading everyones comments. It has been so encouraging and just really refreshing to hear. Since Aliesha’s mom has home schooled … Continue reading

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Social Handicap

Growing up I remember thinking that if you were home-schooled – you automatically got a “your a social-nerd” stamped to your forehead, and that all home-schoolers were odd – not typical and just down right strange. After all, that is … Continue reading

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