Joy in The Marvelous Mud House

*We were given The Marvelous Mud House to help facilitate our review. All thoughts and opinions are honest and based on our experience. This blog post contains affiliated links to a product that we love. If you click on the link and purchase the idea, we will receive a commission at …

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A library education

I have never flourished and thrived in a classroom. It is as true now as an adult as it was as a kid. However, now as an adult, I am looking for mentors, not just someone who is knowledgeable in their field. I want my mentors to fit my core, purpose …

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The Lost Sermons of C.H. Spurgeon

Charles Spurgeon

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Reading my new bible in story form

*I was given the CSB Reader’s Bible to help facilitate my review. All thoughts and opinions are my own and 100% honest. My bible is slowly falling a part. Pages have been torn out, the binding torn and tattered. I have needed a new one for a long time. However, …

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Inspiring an All in All relationship not religion

We were given the book All in All by B&H Publishing to help facilitate our review. All thoughts and opinions are based on our experience, they are honest and 100% ours. The moment I knew I was pregnant with each of our kids I began praying they would come to …

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Charles Spurgeon and Thomas Johnson, Steal Away Home

* I was given Steal Away Home to help facilitate my review. All thoughts and opinions are based on my experience and are 100% honest and my own. This blog post contains affiliated links to a product that we love. This means I may receive a commission at no cost to you …

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MACHE homeschool conference a must in our homeschool journey!

The summer our daughter turned five we made the official decision to homeschool. While we were excited about our new adventure, we were also terrified. We were now responsible for the next eighteen years of our children’s education. Their ability to read, figure math problems, socialize in the world, and all …

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Part 3: Homeschool Tailored to Passions not Textbooks

Mark and I  have always taken a classical approach/CharlotteMason/unschooling/Thomas Jefferson Education approach in teaching our kids. We have always believed that our relationship with our kids must come first, then discipline and guidance, and academics follow after both of those. Kids are smart, they don’t care what we know until …

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