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Because no matter where we are in life, consumerism tugs at you like a strong ocean current until you wisely decide to swim sideways, ultimately saving your life.
I love books because books are amazing. And I believe I've passed this love on to our kids at an early age (hooray!). There was a point in our homeschooling journey where I started separating the good books from the great, inspiring, educational and life-changing books BUT never forgetting to have a little fun, of course - … Continue reading 100+ Great Books for Kindergarten Boys
Since we homeschool year round we believe our kids are constantly learning – there's no beginning and there's no end to one's curiosity and pursuit to the depth of knowledge – so I'd be lying if I said we "break" for summer. Rather, we shift things around. Summer, for us, has turned into "let's dig deeper and … Continue reading What our Unschooling Summer Looks Like
Here's a collective list that's been piling up in my brain since we began homeschooling this year. Since we are blessed enough to get to Christian Unschool our kids, I've happily discovered we frequently get the opportunity to: Hug our kids and tell them we love them a million times a day; Let them play make-believe well past breakfast; … Continue reading 20 Homeschooling Family Perks
Oh December 2015, I'll remember you so fondly and not just because we celebrated our Savior's birth but because our son grasped reading like we've never seen him grasp it before. We are so excited! This opens up a huge world for him (and us as parents) and couldn't be happier God set his heart on learning so early. With his … Continue reading December in a Nutshell
I refer to "experts" here in two ways. First, there are zero homeschooling experts. Second, there are hundreds, if not millions of experts to guide your children during their homeschooling process. Confused yet? The first point I want to make clear is simply there is no one on this planet who could solve all your homeschooling questions. … Continue reading The “Experts”
When you hear the term "Christian" and "Unschooling" you naturally think the two are innately ironic terms. I'll dive deeper in another post about this soon because it's really not as dramatic as you may think. Put simply, we homeschool eclectically using child-led activities, with our own twists and desires. All homeschoolers, whether they believe it or … Continue reading What is Christian Unschooling?