Just a few of the things our kids have learned through real-life experience.
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It’s done! It’s done! It’s finally done! *insert maniacal laughter* After about 1 1/2 months of on and off work, I finally finished the work on the classroom! I cannot even begin to describe to you how happy that makes me. Until a few weeks ago, the kids barely used the classroom, and now I… Continue reading House Tour: The Classroom
Homeschooling and homesteading when you have young children is most definitely not the easiest path a family could choose. It is one of those choices where you have to look to the long-term payoff, instead of the short term hardships.
What do you do when your husband comes home with a huge slab of bowling alley lane? Build a table, of course! The table was Scott’s idea, and the efforts to build it have been combined. It has taken about 15 months for us to finally get it assembled (not that it was hard to… Continue reading A Big Table And Another Room Makeover In The Making
We got rid of the toys; not all of them, but most of them And I know that I won’t have a problem getting rid of the rest if they start to become an issue. These little pieces of plastic were stealing my joy, but worst of all, I had let them.