Recently I was with another woman and we were watching a romance movie. At the end of the movie she was crying and said, “Don’t you wish you had that kind of love?” My response was, “I do.” She was
Books for Boys to Read Jonathan has always been a good reader. The reality is, though, it’s not an activity he gravitates to for general pleasure. I want to change that. I want to encourage him to read, to want
The Week I Cried I haven’t written here about all that’s going on with my life right now. There are many reasons why I haven’t written yet there were many times I wanted to open my heart and share with you.
It’s spring! Yes! Can you believe we’ve reached spring? With record breaking snowfalls and temperatures this year I’m sure many people are feeling thrilled to see the sun and feel a little warmth, to hear the birds chirping and the
Elementary Music Appreciation from Zeezok Publishing Jonathan has a great hunger for music. Whether he’s learning at the piano, singing in worship or studying the great classics he thinks in music. With his gifted mind comes a rhythmic processing ability.
I love a good board game. When I was a kid, we sat around the table playing all kinds of games. It didn’t matter if it were a board game or card game. In fact, it didn’t matter if
I’m a book junkie. Most homeschool moms that I know are too. So, when I was given an opportunity to join the DK Books Blog team I was super thrilled! It means I get to review, great DK Books and
Learning the value of numbers can be frustrating to some children. No sooner do they learn that 9 means there are 9 of an item when we move on to teach the value of the tens place. So the 9
Last year I shared with you 5 Advantages of Homeschooling an Only Child and I truly think there are many reasons why homeschooling my only child is the right choice for our family. Some would say that it’s easier with one
An Educational Game App That Teaches Chemistry “Mom!, did you know that helium is a super-fluid?” Jonathan asked me as we were driving one day. Me, giggling, “Oh Yeah? What else?” “The strange fluid can slip through gaps in glass molecules