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I love walking in the woods, baking with my little people, traveling, and reading. Some of my favorite titles: Little House on the Prairie, Anne of Green Gables, and Little Women.
I met my British husband Steve when I was sixteen years old and ventured overseas to volunteer with a humanitarian organization for the summer. When I came back home, I told my grandmother that I’d met the person I was going to marry.
Six years later, I did.
Here’s a pic of us when we first met:
Now, over twenty years later, our family looks like this:
Along the way, we added three children to our ranks: Jonathan (our biological son), Elijah (adopted from Liberia), and Trishna (adopted from India). With four nationalities represented in our family, we like to think of ourselves as a mini-United Nations.
I never planned to become a homeschooling mom, but stumbled into it when doing some initial research into educational options for our kids. Often the best things in life are unplanned, aren’t they? I love the advantages homeschooling gives my kids, and this lifestyle fits perfectly with who we are as a family.
(Note to readers: I still can be found, on challenging days, researching public and private school options in my area. Superwoman does not live in my house, just a mama in the trenches like you.)
A few years ago I decided to write a book, and figured I better have “one of those blog-things” to go along with it. So I started writing about intentional motherhood over at Steady Mom. I had no idea at the time that I was stumbling upon something that would add so much joy and so many opportunities to my life.
My first book, Steady Days: A Journey Toward Intentional, Professional Motherhood, released in January 2010.
My e-book, Mindset for Moms: From Mundane to Marvelous Thinking in Just 30 Days, released in January 2012.
In October 2012 I released another ebook called Secrets of a Successful Homeschool Mom. The PDF version is FREE to subscribers of this blog – head here for more details!
I love that I get to spend my days with my children, while also writing and working from home–what a gift! And I love meeting and interacting with you, the readers, who make this such a fun place to work. Thank you!
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