Bible Memory Work- The Books of The Bible

Hello Friends! Today I wanted to share with you some of the Bible memory we are currently working on. This is something that is very personal to me, mostly because the homeschool journey is very personal. It involves my husband and I deciding what we want our children to learn, and the study of the…

The Art of Pie Making – Buttermilk Crust

  Hello Ya’ll! I wanted to share this simple recipe that I absolutely love. For those of you who already know me, know I have a passion for using simple, fresh local ingredients to make the best tasting food possible. As you can see from this post, I have rounded up my kids and nieces…

A New Beginning in 2018

Hello old friends, There is something about the day after Christmas that gets me ready for spring cleaning and the New Year.  Maybe it is the great desire to store up all the Christmas clutter, I mean, decorations, and make room for all the new toys and clothing. How about you? I tore through my…

Sewing Stuffies With Kids

After hosting a Sewing Camp at my house, my kids get super inspired to sew something after all great projects the girls make. So, even though I am tired after sewing with six girls, we set to work! My kids explore sewing books for further inspiration, then settle on a project. Next they pick out…

Read The Bible in a Year- July

Here we are in July and I can hardly believe it!!! I missed my post dead line and for that I apologize! Our family has been on a terrible trend these past 5 weeks. We have had a sick person pretty much every Friday dissolving and day trip plans. So, we have been pretty boring…

California History: Geography

As some of you know, I absolutely love to study and read about history. So when I was asked to teach California History at our campus day I said, “yes!” How could I not, after all I was going to have 2 of my kids in the class! So, for our first project I decided…

Homeschool Goal #4

Another fun homeschool goal is more time in the kitchen! Yes, homeschool goal #4 is teaching a real cooking class to my kids. It’s one thing when they follow a simple cookie or muffin recipe, but to learn real knife skills, food safety, what is the difference between braise and Saute, what is a pan…

Homeschool Goal #3

Continuing my list, #3 homeschool goal for the new school year is to spend more creative art time with the kids.  Doing lots more hands-on art projects for science and history. Plus working on some themed paintings. There truly is something soothing about putting on some classical music and breaking out the acrylic paints and…

Homeschool Goal #2

Here it is,, a cool crisp morning and I sit here with windows open and a light blanket on my legs. A quiet moment while I enjoy my morning tea, and think. Yes, I do a lot of that. I am thinking of ways to continue to simplify my life. To enjoy my time with…

New School Year, New Goals: Goal #1

  Here we are at the end of May and it is time for me to finalize goals and plans for our new school year. Let me start with goal #1. One of our big goals for my oldest 2 kids (who are 8 & 10) is to read the Bible in a year. I…