Your Child is Fearfully and Wonderfully Made, Including their Disabilities

A week ago I sat and listened to a therapist tell me that my second child has learning disabilities. I didn’t feel as devastated this time. I had been told this about my first child four years ago and now she is excelling at reading. So, I know it is not a hopeless diagnosis. But … More Your Child is Fearfully and Wonderfully Made, Including their Disabilities

Homeschool Home-Ec

You might say homeschoolers don’t need to officially teach home economics. We are living it! Well, maybe some of us are. I have come to the alarming realization that because I am a control freak, I have failed to teach my kids how to do much of anything around the house. Honestly, I would rather … More Homeschool Home-Ec

Homeschooling- Medieval Knights,Catapults and Pumpkin Chunkin’

My son had an early obsession with knights and all things Medieval. The love affair started when we attended a Medieval fair 3 years ago. Who can resist armored men on horseback trying to ram each other with poles? Every year now we attend the Hoggetowne Medieval Faire in Gainesville, Fl on kid’s day (it … More Homeschooling- Medieval Knights,Catapults and Pumpkin Chunkin’