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Easter

This year’s Ultimate Homemaking Bundle Sale starts Wednesday – I’ve gotten a sneak peek and it contains a ton of incredible and inspiring resources! Look for more details to follow soon…

How I discovered Waldorf (and how you can, too)

How I discovered Waldorf (and how you can, too)

This post contains affiliate links and when you purchase anything through them it benefits my family. Thank you! The following is a guest post by Donna Ashton of The Waldorf Connection. When my twin girls were three and a half my husband and I … [Continue reading]

Seniors: 4 tips for letting go

Letting kids go

The following is a post by Cheryl Pitt of CherylPitt.com. It's that time of year -- graduation! Our children have reached the age of legal independence.  Some of them may be heading off to college, perhaps even far away. It's time to let our … [Continue reading]

Our top 25 read-alouds (ages 5-12)

Our top 25 read-alouds (ages 5-12)

Written by contributor Sarah Small of SmallWorld at Home We started reading to our firstborn the day we brought him home. We didn’t start with Pat the Bunny or Goodnight Moon, although those both played an important part in our story time with … [Continue reading]

Weekend links

weekend links

  Happy 9th birthday to my Elijah-boy! Dark chocolate peanut butter dairy free milkshake :: From contributor Cheryl Pitt of the 2:1 conference Spring Green: on depression, being an "older" mom, and going gray (or what I'm doing instead of … [Continue reading]

Weekend giveaway: $175 package from A Thomas Jefferson Education

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This giveaway has ended; thanks for your interest! Welcome to this weekend's giveaway, brought to you by a resource that has completely changed the way my family home educates for the better--A Thomas Jefferson Education (also known as … [Continue reading]

What kids learn from simply reading together

What kids learn from simply reading together

The following is a guest post by Joy Cherrick of Scottsdale Moms Blog. Reading time in our home started off as a bit of a chore for me. Though I love cuddling up with my little ones on the couch, I’d rather be cleaning up a mess or fixing a meal … [Continue reading]