When homeschooling we are often asked what we teach our children. What curriculum do you use? Do you use a curriculum? How do you know if it is well-rounded? I’m here to tell you that it’s time to relax. The is part one of what I teach my children when I school them at home. You’re going to be surprised as it’s not what you’d think. 🙂 [Read more…] about Our Homeschooling Curriculum, Part One
We ask a lot of our children. We ask them to do their chores, jurisdictions, piano practice, etc. With so many children running around it’s easy for one to slip through the cracks and not complete one of their responsibilities. How do we make sure this doesn’t happen? Introducing our whiteboard. [Read more…] about Our WhiteBoard: Daily Chores and My Kids
I try to keep my house fairly clean. At 1932 square feet, with (currently) 12 people living in it, this can be tough, but important. It isn’t easy for sure, but it can be done, and with the help of the children. [Read more…] about What Chores Do My Children Do?
I believe it’s important as a wife and mother to wear makeup and dress nicely for your husband and family. We are all busy, and I understand that. However, it’s important for your marriage and to your husband. [Read more…] about Wives Need To Dress Up For Their Husbands
All 12 of my babies have been born at home, and my midwife has attended every one of them. I’ve had 12 opportunities to change my mind about where I birth my babies, but I haven’t. [Read more…] about Why I Choose Homebirth For All My Babies
As Catholics we pray the family Rosary every night with our litany of night prayers and novenas. This can get a little tricky with little ones but as we are trying to train our children to consistently practice family prayer it is important to start young. [Read more…] about Family Prayer, and How We Get Through It With Toddlers!