Fall · Thanksgiving

Building a Family Altar of Memories: How We Maintain Gratitude with a Family Memory Jar

Our family has kept a memory jar ever since our oldest turned one. We've used it to collect fond memories and milestones within our family throughout each year. Every Thanksgiving we pull out all of the tiny pieces of paper from our jar and read them aloud as we trek the long car ride to… Continue reading Building a Family Altar of Memories: How We Maintain Gratitude with a Family Memory Jar

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Home Management · Seasonal · Summer

Family-Friendly Road Trip Essentials: What to Pack for Kids

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Design · Seasonal · Spring

5 Benefits to Creating a Gender Neutral Nursery

If you find yourself having a baby in the spring, many people will tell you that it's the best time to give birth. Would you agree? It must be that feeling of fresh air and being able to get out to enjoy a walk with a little more skip to your stride! I've never experienced… Continue reading 5 Benefits to Creating a Gender Neutral Nursery

Homeschool · Valentine's Day

February Unit Studies & Bible Devotions

We've been studying U.S. history and anatomy throughout our school year so far. Each month-ish we are focusing on a new system of the body. We have studied a few Indian tribes and the different names of God using the MFW curriculum as well. Here's our tentative schedule for the year: October: Skeletal System & Northeastern… Continue reading February Unit Studies & Bible Devotions