Every morning, we gather in the living room/dining room. These conjoined rooms are the hub of our home, the place where we spend the bulk of our time. We eat here, read here, talk here and homeschool here. Our house is small, so this is also the place where we entertain guests. It's a space … Continue reading Homeschooling in a Multifunctional Space (A Homeschool Room Tour)
In the noise and in the hustle, there’s a voice that whispers, “Come, My child, and rest.” In the twirling, whirling chaos of life, there’s a place of quiet that beckons. Peace, Even in the midst of it all. “Come away with Me.” Words so sweet, so full of promise. Words so soft, they … Continue reading Rest for the Overwhelmed Mom
It's messy. Even on the best days, homeschooling is messy. I'm not just talking about the books strewn across the table, the toys strewn across the living room and the dirt, grass, leaves and shoes strewn across the front entryway. It's the conflict that can arise when four people are together—all day, every day. Yes, … Continue reading Why Did We Choose Home Education?
The leaves are starting to turn. I've been waiting for this moment for a while now. Autumn is by far my favourite time of year. It swirls rustic colours and cinnamon spice. In autumn, life is more gezellig. Ge...what? Gezellig. You're probably wondering what on the earth that means. Gezellig is an untranslatable Dutch word that … Continue reading 10 Essentials for a Gezellig Autumn