I love the motherly closeness depicted in this piece of art that I bought from my friend over at rugged infinity (posted with permission). I think she did a really great job showing exactly how a momma feels as she draws a young one close. Even as they grow large and don't exactly fit under… Continue reading Motherhood ( Breathe )
So I took an online survey a couple of days ago. I wasn’t really sure what my homeschooling label was so I took the test to figure it out. Well, The survey result said that I was an unschooler. Ok, no offence to unschoolers because that’s totally cool if that’s your style but that’s Not… Continue reading Unschooler? Me?
This is a quick tip for large families who are looking for a tangible way to save money and frustration. Please read : I got away from using plastic cups years ago and I switched to glass because I liked the way my drinks tasted and stay colder . I also didn't like the way… Continue reading The Last Laugh
I must admit that I was completely ignorant to the term homeschooling when I first heard it. I am originally a city kid, born and raised in Montreal, Canada and I still love that city. Its such a diverse and multicultural place to live. The best foods, parks, fashion, service,and night life are all in Montreal. I… Continue reading How WEIRD Are US Homeschoolers?
This is a post for all my readers/followers (thank you ...) that do not live in a crazy place like Ontario, Canada. I thought you might like a glimpse of our lives and weather here. We live about 45 minutes North of Toronto , Canada near a large lake that creates what is called "Snow… Continue reading SNOW SQUALLS
One of the more polite responses I have received from strangers when they find out that the kids with me at Wal-Mart are not daycare kids is "Wow, Christmas must be fun at your house". To which I reply "Oh yes,.... yes it is indeed". We do love Christmas around here and what isn't there… Continue reading Large Family Christmas