Monthly Archives: January 2014

A Day in the Life of An Unschooler – Teaching Language Arts – Punctuation.?!

Our progress with reading is moving right along and I can’t help but be over the moon excited. My daughter is finally learning to read, an act that has given me peace, filled my days, and entertained me more than … Continue reading

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One Small Thought on Student Loans

Before you encourage your homeschooled son or daughter to sign on the dotted line… Some friends of ours were just talking about student loans. I said, “Student loans are like meth…they are both the devil.” I about fell over when … Continue reading

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Two Babies – Hard to Carry, Hard to Deal With!

My daughter walked into the kitchen where I was cleaning up. She was carrying her two doll babies (one of which had apparently been lost in the attic until this morning). She had a pained look on her face and … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life of An Unschooler – Teaching Language Arts – Graphic Novels

Our progress with reading is moving right along and I can’t help but be over the moon excited. My daughter is finally learning to read, an act that has given me peace, filled my days, and entertained me more than … Continue reading

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A Small Change = More Content

Since I began incorporating writing over on Bubblews in with writing in my blogs, everything has been topsy-turvy. It seemed as if I couldn’t get a good balance. Which of my posts would I replicate or extrapolate further on here … Continue reading

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Are We Still Homeschooling?

I didn’t really think about it when the opportunity came up…in fact it all started rather innocuously with an email from kchappenings announcing that the City of Fountains Waldorf school had openings and that the semester would start on Friday, … Continue reading

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Let Them Paint the Walls in Black

Okay, so my daughter has now been singing “I see a red door and I want it painted black” over and over for the past half hour. My husband just arrived home, and has only heard five or so renditions, … Continue reading

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A Mom’s Guide to Home Organization

I’m looking forward to reading and reviewing A Mom’s Guide to Home Organization soon. I ordered it, although I’ve written my own book on organizing back in 2008 (Get Organized, Stay Organized), because there are always good, new tidbits to … Continue reading

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