Learn how Pathway to Liberty's History Curriculum allowed my Kindergartner and 5th grader to walk through The Middle Ages together.
Our family was elated to watch Dave Stotts guide as we toured more of the new testament via Drive Thru History® “Acts to Revelation”. This amazing, vivid, and engaging show was enjoyed by everyone in our home. Read our thoughts and preview the series with a FREE episode
No Longer Little: Parenting Tweens with Grace and Hope is the parental testimony of Hal and Melanie Young while raising children during their preteen and early teenage years. Published by Great Waters Press, the plethora of recommendations, anecdotes, and scripture provide is sure to educate and encourage parents. The Youngs penned this book after being … Continue reading No Longer Little: Parenting Tweens with Grace and Hope (REVIEW)
I’m so excited to share everything we have accomplished during this school year. During this year we endured the loss of two awesome grandfathers and dealt with severe sickness but God strengthened us through it all. We learned how to love each other through grief, support one another in trying new things, and cater to … Continue reading End of the Year Homeschool Wrap-Up (2017-2018)
I truly hope you've enjoyed these weekly reminders to "Love Your Selfie" a bit more in 2018. My final tip for this series is to Believe in Your Selfie and encourage others along the way. Often times during my life I've found that I am my own worse critic and I had to work hard … Continue reading HwH: In Case You Missed It
Merry Christmas!! Yes, despite the few comments and many emails received due to this holiday blog post, our household still celebrates Christmas and all the joy that comes with the season. The month of December was filled with joy, celebration, vacations, and family memories and we can't wait to share our accomplishments with you. Here … Continue reading Merry CHRISTmas
Recently our local library hosted an Instrument Petting Zoo, hosted by a local university. It was so much! Bear and I went together and he enjoyed trying out the various instruments to see which one he was interested in. I want him to play brass because his mother was a phenomenal baritone player but my … Continue reading Instrument Petting Zoo (October Wrap-up)