How to Build a Strong Christian Home

Build a Strong Christian Home with this 5-Star #eBook

For many of us who are Christian mothers, we know we want to build strong Christian homes, but sometimes we are at a loss for where to start.  The eBook, How to Build a Strong Christian Home by June Fuentes, is an encouraging scripture-based tool that can help parents to build their home on THE solid foundation. A Few Highlights [...]

Filling Hearts While Cleaning Homes

Filling Hearts While Cleaning Homes #ebook

Today I am excited to share a devotional eBook that is SHORT, FOCUSED, and TALKS ABOUT CHORES!  That’s right, chores.  Have you ever thought about how scripture applies to your every day household tasks?  More than you might initially think–which is why Jennifer Thorson and Lindsey Stomberg put together these five minute devotionals for families [...]

Create a Timeline Easily with These Resources

Create a Timeline Easily with These Resources

This year Peanut has begun her first history course, and she’s really enjoying learning about early life from Creation through the Greeks.  In preparation for this year I knew we wanted to create a timeline to help her better understand the progress of history.  After researching several timeline options, we opted for a Century Notebook as opposed to a [...]

Design a Homeschool Rhythm That Works

Design a Homeschool Rhythm That Works

I have read many homeschooling eBooks through the ages and was expecting the book, Plan to Be Flexible: Designing a Homeschool Rhythm and Curriculum Plan that Works for Your Family by Alicia Kazsuk of VibrantHomeschooling.com to be along the same lines.  Set a schedule like this.  Plan your curriculum like this.  Set your goals like this.  However, [...]

101 Independent Activities for Toddlers and Preschoolers

101 Independent Activities for Toddlers and Preschoolers

When I had my first two year old I was often at a loss for what to do  to keep her mentally engaged and out of mischief.  I was used to having a classroom full of first through fifth graders, not a house full of one high energy preschooler who demanded my constant attention.  Being the [...]