Work-at-Home Homeschool Mom

Work-at-Home Homeschool Mom

Parents, especially moms, are labeled a lot. Are you a stay-at-home mom? A work-outside-the-home mom? Or maybe you’re minimalist or formula-feeding or crunchy or fit… there’s a hashtag for it all.  Maybe part of it is because moms are expanding labels more...
The Introverted Homeschool Mom

The Introverted Homeschool Mom

Fall 2017 will be our first official homeschool year, and I’m a little nervous going into it. Staying home + lots of learning and interaction = an extra challenge for an introverted mom. Having several small kids has forced me out of my introvert comfort zone...
Simple Learning Activities for Preschoolers

Simple Learning Activities for Preschoolers

Homeschooling Preschoolers shouldn’t be complicated, and it should definitely be fun. I’m not an elaborate Pinterest mom who does a lot of crafts and organized school activities for my preschoolers. I wish I were sometimes! If you’re like me and you...
High-School at Home One Homeschool Grads Experience

High-School at Home One Homeschool Grads Experience

High school at home? Here are issues that may impact your teen. In 2012, there were 1.7 million homeschooled students in the United States. Five years later, that number has only increased. Homeschooling has become a viable alternative to public or private school, and...
Homeschooling Your Preschooler

Homeschooling Your Preschooler

I remember having terrible morning sickness with my third pregnancy. My older children, ages three and one at the time, would watch two hours of Curious George every single morning during my worst period of nausea. I am a low-screen mom, and I felt absolutely terrible...