Homeschool Happenings –May 2015

Homeschool May 2015 on Cornerstone Confessions

We did it!  We finished school for the 2014-2015 school year!  Can I just say how excited we are…I am?!  Ha!  Here’s a look at how our year ended up. Teacup’s View of Homeschooling Can you begin to see that ornery streak come out in her pictures?  😉  Teacup is learning to beat her own [continue reading…]

Turtle Bread for Tadeo Turtle

Turtle Bread for Tadeo Turtle

My girls and I have recently been introduced to Tadeo Turtle.  Have you heard of him?  Tadeo Turtle is a picture book written by Janis Cox about a cute painted turtle who dreams he’d like to be anything but a turtle with a shell on his back. In the end he realizes that God made him [continue reading…]

Titus 2 Tuesday #155

Titus 2 Tuesday #linkup

Welcome to another Titus 2 Tuesday Linkup Party! Come join us as we linkup our encouraging posts. No week is ever the same but the encouragement and inspiration is like no other as we spur each other on as sisters in Christ. This Week on Cornerstone Confessions: While slated to finish school this week, my daughters [continue reading…]

Homeschooling: Just Tell Me, How Do You Do It?

Just Tell Me--How do you do it? Ever ask a homeschooling veteran this question? Well now, there is an answer...from 25 homeschooling veterans (not just 1)! Check out this fabulous ebook only $6.99!

  “Just tell me, HOW do you do it?”  I don’t know how many times I’ve asked that question of a homeschooling veteran or it that asked of me.  We homeschool parents want to know how others teach their kids in hopes that what we learn will help us improve how we educate our own children. The [continue reading…]

What? Me? Wait?

What? Me? Wait?

Ever fall into the thought pattern of “everybody else is getting ahead of me”?  I’m thinking this must be an eternal temptation women encounter, no matter their occupation.  Stay-at-home gals sometime think the workaday ladies have it all together and certainly receive more affirmation and attention for their work.  Working women often times view the [continue reading…]