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Book Recommendation

Book Recommendation At some point or another as a parent, we teach our children about emotions. Whether it’s prompted from bickering between siblings, not getting a toy from a store, or asking our children for forgiveness because we as parents have lost our patience. We’ve been gifted this book and we loved so much that I wanted to share it with all of you. Jax and his family are squirrels that run into several situations that cause each of them to show anger to one another. I’m often reluctant to buy books that speak about anger or frustration because I think many of them give ideas to our children that they didn’t once have. This one however, has such a beautiful way of wrapping it up and

Now on Etsy

Now on Etsy I'm so excited to announce to you all that I have opened my Etsy shop! You can purchase my unit printable studies by heading over to the Book and Printable Studies section of my website to view my latest uploads. The following will be available at my shop: Armor of God Fall Baking Bundle Baking Bundle

Homeschooling with a Newborn: Part 1

Thanking God for Second Chances I will be starting a series on how we homeschool with a newborn. It’s a question I get asked quite frequently when we add another baby to our family. Some of you may know, we just welcomed our precious baby, making us a family of six. In this series I will give tips and tricks that I’ve learned along the way. Today I’ll be talking about setting aside one-on-one time with each of your children. It’s difficult when you have multiples to set the time a side to play with each individual child you have. Even if its 10 minutes out of your day, it allows them to see that they’re still special. For each of our children, I pick a day of the week to spend with them. Tha

Books for Kids

Book Recommendations for Kids “You shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall talk to them when you sit in your house, when you walk by the way, when you lie down, and when you rise up.” Deuteronomy 6:7 When it comes to books for our children, I used to grab anything and everything (age appropriate of course) just so they had plenty of books to read. As time went on and the stacks grew larger and larger, I realized that it’s not the quantity of books, rather than quality. The feast that you place before your children is so vital so you can instill the values that are important to you and your family. For us, having faith-based books that teach our children to fear the Lord is to

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