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Why I Mill My Own Grains

This is my Komo mill. I waited three months for it to arrive and paid…a lot, but it has been a favorite of ours in the kitchen, next to the Vitamix. noch 351 Wörter

Reflecting Back (2015-2016 Homeschool Year)

I can’t believe another homeschool year has come and gone! I think it’s good to reflect back on a year and what we’ve accomplished. This past year was spent mostly in the Arizona desert and partly at our home in Utah, and if you’ve followed me for a while than you know this is normal for us. noch 369 Wörter

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Summer is for homeschoolers too

Even though we homeschool, summer is an exciting time in the year. There’s the obvious fact that it’s warm enough to swim and warm enough to send the kids outside, but there’s also another fun part to summer: Everyone else is out of school. noch 421 Wörter

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Dads, how do you fulfill Prov. 22:6?

Recently, I saw a Facebook posting that asked this question;

Dads, what are some ways you can “train up” your children? When is this job of spiritually training your kids done?

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Diary of a Girl

Fill in the blanks to get your diary started  – then every few days write as little or as much as you like. Add any pictures that create a story about our journey. noch 154 Wörter

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On Writing and Struggling Writers

Oh the angst.  The hand-cramping,  tantrum-throwing, anxiety-inducing angst.  It’s time for Writing and sometimes that’s just HARD.

In our home, I generally require my boys to do 1 full page of writing (minimum) per day.  noch 862 Wörter

Small Success: Wiggle Room

It’s time for Small Success Thursday, the empowering, delightful linkup over at CatholicMom.com where we celebrate the little things that mean a lot.

God is good, and this month He helped me with this stuff: noch 692 Wörter

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