The last few months have rocked the world! We have all had to adapt our daily life to combat Covid-19 and normal doesn’t appear to be around the corner just yet. Many of you have brought your child’s education from schools into your own homes under teacher direction. What a
Lessons I learned as a Homeschool Mom
May was a fun month! We are thriving outside and just enjoying life. With all of our play, the house has been a little neglected but that’s alright. I can get to that another time or just throw everything out. I haven’t decided yet. Our lessons are still progressing and
Lessons Learned By a Homeschool Mom
I want to try something new. I want to let you into my life, my mind, my struggles, my successes and how homeschooling is effecting me personally. I’ve decided to do a monthly review of the lessons that I have learned.
Come Follow Me: Finding My Balance
Monday marks a big change for members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Monday is the first day of the new curriculum “Come Follow Me.” Over the years the church has changed and adapted the curriculum they use many many times but 2019 marks one of
6 Tips To Help You Raise Elect Children
As a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints I adore our prophet, Russell M Nelson. He is a man of God and we are blessed by his leadership. On June 3 2018, I decided to watch the youth broadcast where he and his wife spoke.
Roo’s Birth Story
Our fourth finally arrived! She was almost a week late but luckily I convinced our doctor to induce me a bit early so we could begin her birth story and still have a couple days before Christmas. On Monday, December 18, there was a huge snow fall and I was
Tiger’s Birth Story
Our third child finally arrived, only a week late. I am so excited to share the story of his birth!
Sweet’s Birth Story
Sweets is here! We weren’t expecting her for at least a few more days but we are so glad for her safe arrival and that her birth is behind us. Can I really be a mom of two? Before she was born I had gotten myself all worked up about
Bee’s Birth Story
My first child’s birth story is by far the longest. I’m not sure if my son was stubborn and didn’t want to come on out or if my body was taking its own sweet time as it discovered how to give birth. Either way, it seemed to take forever, even
Remembering Birth this Mother’s Day
Mother’s Day is right around the corner. As I reflect on years past I have been thinking about my journey as a mother. A mother of one, then two, our third joined us and now; now I’m a mother of four. I have changed alot these last couple of years