Caring For Older Relatives Is Never Easy, But These Things Might Just Make It A Little Easier

Most of us would agree that it’s incredibly important that we take care of older friends and relatives. After all, we would want the same thing to happen to us when we reached our golden years. However, that doesn’t change… Continue Reading →

The Ultra Safe Safety Scissors and The 3 Step Pencil Grip Training Kit | Review

Recently, The Pencil Grip, Inc. sent us two of their products to try out: The Ultra Safe Safety Scissors and The 3 Step Pencil Grip Training Kit.  I have a 3-year-old just learning to cut, and a 7-year-old whose pencil grip isn’t quite right. I’m… Continue Reading →

The Joy of Pets in the Christian Household

The bible doesn’t directly address the issue as keeping animals as pets, but we can draw many conclusions on this based on what it says about other topics. We know that God cares about all of his creations and so… Continue Reading →

The Brinkman Adventures Season 4 | Review

Have you heard of the Brinkman Adventures?  My family has been hooked on them for years.  Recently we were given Brinkman Adventures Season 4 to review.  The Brinkman Adventures would be listed right near the top of our list of our most absolute… Continue Reading →

Parents: Children Don’t Have To Define You

When you meet someone and fall in love, forever is a lifetime and you are excited. Every day with that one person who makes you tick, makes you smile, infuriates you but not enough to be without them, is a… Continue Reading →

CTCMath | Review

Math is such a funky thing in our homeschool.  I have one son who struggles with it.  He’s the free-spirited one. He’d rather be drawing or daydreaming than doing anything so logical as math, and so he has convinced himself… Continue Reading →

Steps To Help You Thrive and Survive Your Freshman Year of College

Whatever your schooling has been like, homeschooled or being the class president at a high school, it can all get you to college. You will be meeting new people and have a whole new experience to enjoy. It can be… Continue Reading →

Quick & Neat Alphabet Pad from Channie’s Visual Handwriting & Math Workbooks | Review

Handwriting has been a bit of struggle for my seven-year-old daughter. Her pencil grip from the start has always been awkward and she just really resisted following the “rules” I taught her about how to form the letters. I guess… Continue Reading →

Protecting Baby & You During Pregnancy

Pregnancy can be one of the most magical times in any parent’s life. It’s a time to connect with your baby before it’s born while also preparing yourself for the adventure ahead. You will have a number of responsibilities to… Continue Reading →

Maternal Habits That Are Good For The Baby-Mother Bond

The bond between a mother and her child is valuable, unique, and irreplaceable. A lot of women have no trouble feeling that bond with their child, and having the child grow up with the same bond. However, some mothers may… Continue Reading →

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