We each have different days based on the type of family we have, the make up of that family, our responses to situations and more. Are they all happy homes? We hope that these glimpses into our authors’ homes will encourage you on your road. A Day in the Life of Homeschooling Boys by Kendra. “Everybody is asking about lunch. I say, “as soon as
Day in the life of an age range? Multiple Ages? On this last one of the Not Back to School Blog Hops, I offer a really, really long post… Sometimes I think homeschooling has taught me more than the children. This season of my life is a constant refining by fire. I have so many chances to respond Biblically or to ask forgiveness and daily
I hear my friends talk about the joys of housekeeping, organizing their pantries, doling out chores to their kids, looking at the home with a regimented eye. I’m sorry, that’s just not me. On a daily basis (or as needed), I do the household tasks but it doesn’t give me a sense of pride. Most of the time, I do them simply because they have
“Knock, Knock, Who’s There?” I have written about our little friend the squirrel before. I’ve told you how it comes right up to the door, looks in and waits for us to get up and get it some bread. Well you will never believe what happened the other day. We had been gone from the house for a couple of hours, doing the grocery thing.
Home schooling…. the very term strikes terror in people’s hearts. “I could never do that!” exclaims one woman. “You must have so much patience!” cries another. “How DO you do it?” asks a third. So, from this very normal, not necessarily patient person, comes a description of my home school day… My day begins with my coffee. Usually, my telecommuter husband brings
This past summer would have looked different only a few years ago. With the oldest married, the second born going away to college and two of the children being in high school this year it brings many changes around our home. The first half of our summer was spent preparing for a wedding. The month leading up to the wedding we pretty much ate, and
A Day in the Life of a Charlotte Mason Inspired Home School. (Family time – an important part of our lives together) I have been using or should I say inspired by the Charlotte Mason (CM) method since I started home schooling. But lately I haven’t been following it as much as I had planned. My goal this coming school year is to fully get
Throughout the month of August, our authors will be sharing ‘A Day in the Life’ – each from their unique perspective. Our posts will join with others in iHomeschool Network’s Not Back-to-School Blog Hop. I’m hoping this post will eliminate some of the “wow, you really have it all together” comments that I occasionally hear. Here is a typical Monday at our house: 6:00 –