We are two homeschooling mamas of large families sharing our daily life. Although our lives may look like chaos we are learning to embrace rest. Our goal is to find rest in Jesus and not lose any precious moments with our babies. Check out the About Page to meet our families. 

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I’m excited to announce the release of my new book on homeschooling high school. I’ve been homeschooling for 19+ years now and I’ve compiled all my knowledge of finishing strong into this workbook. You can purchase it on Amazon. The downloadable pdf is also available with our High School Road Map course

20 Fun And Free (Or Cheap) Online Games To Boost Your Kid’s Learning

Photo by Fabian Blank on Unsplash With spring around the corner, it can be hard to get kids to focus. Mine itch to get outside, and are going stir-crazy after weeks of extreme cold. Their lack of focus and need for change can make for some long days. Whether it's too...

American Sign Language: a Fabulous Foreign Language Credit

Finding an accessible American Sign Language (ASL) course can be challenging and finding one that has updated videos can be frustrating. I mean, I learned with the awesome 1980's version, but it's not so relatable to today's teen. So for all of those who have asked...

A Family Christmas Countdown: 25 Days of Wonderful

Christmas Countdown Paper Chain Now that Thanksgiving is behind us (not that we don't love it), everyone  can start gearing up for Christmas. Yes, some of you started months ago but now it's "official." Kids and adults are already counting down the days, but we've...

Suddenly Homeschooling? Nail Your New Role With HOMER Reading

Looking For Help? You never considered homeschooling. Or maybe you thought about it but never committed to it. Until Covid, that is. Some of you are unexpectedly homeschooling due to the extreme circumstances and didn't have much time to plan or adjust. Even those...

10 Ways To Make The Most Of Your Time

It seems to be a universal problem. Every night, homeschooling moms around the world wonder what got done. What did I do with my time? It's discouraging to look back on the day and wonder what really got accomplished. The kids managed to get through some schoolwork,...

How To Face The Teen Years Head On-And Love It

"Oh, just wait 'til they're older..." "Imagine what s/he will be like in another 10 years." Most people don't look forward to the teen years with eager anticipation. There's usually more of a somber acceptance that it will, eventually, come and to brace for it. The...

Learning From the Masters

I'm honored to invite Amy Pak as a guest writer today..... We need to be challenged to do better. When we are left to our own level of mastery, it can be in our nature to relax or shortchange our goals. We can begin to get comfortable where we are and not cast our...

How To Survive Summer- And Actually Enjoy It

For many kids, school is already over. Others see summer quickly approaching and are counting down the days. Warm weather is demanding attention, making the indoors seem stifling. No matter what camp you're in (public school, homeschool, unschool), summer brings a...

Struggling With Math? Here Are 3 Tips To Overcome It

When it comes to school subjects, math is probably the #1 nemesis for kids and adults alike. Parents assume they can't teach their kids because they remember their own struggles with it. Children stress because of concepts they can barely grasp, missing out on the...

Plan Your Homeschool Day Like Benjamin Franklin 

Some homeschool mamas can't wait to get their hands on the new year's planner, whereas others dread the task. In the end, we all find our own way of planning the homeschool day, but it's usually a combination of what we have learned from other's failures and...