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
Call it vintage, cottage, shabby chic, or farmhouse. This basement has it all! I'm never tired of designing a beautiful farmhouse space. Everyone seems to love the popular farmhouse style. I would have to agree! I don't want this trend to go away! I enjoy designing all sorts of different styles of spaces, but the… Continue reading Shabby Chic Farmhouse Basement
LEGOS are just one of those toys that almost every child gets under the tree at some point during their childhood. I get it. They're iconic in many ways. They have that amazing LEGO store that you can experience and you can build just about anything with them. I get it. Like LEGOS, I also… Continue reading LEGO Children’s Room
We haven't even carved our pumpkins yet and today is Halloween! It's okay. Instead of carving our pumpkins last night, we went to the store and bought some glow sticks to hand out to the trick-or-treaters instead. Halloween has so many opportunities to share Jesus with those around us. If anything, it should be one… Continue reading 3 Halloween Devotions that are Fun!
*shower curtain|bath vanity|rug|*vanity light fixture|herringbone wall tile *original item no longer available. Decorative items selected from Hobby Lobby. Sometimes gaining a little peace comes in the form of a teeny, tiny space called the bathroom! Bathrooms seem to always be associated with peace and tranquility. When I was working within the commercial market sector,… Continue reading French Country Farmhouse Bath
Lois Lenski has quickly become our new favorite children's author. If you enjoy reading Little House on the Prairie series, you will absolutely love these. She has an entire historical series of novels that are great to read when studying history with children. I really like the gentle approach to schooling throughout the summer by… Continue reading Strawberry Girl: Summer Literature Study
I'm telling myself that summer is NOT over yet. Despite the back-to-school craze, I'm not ready to give up my summer season quite yet. What happened to August, folks?! Summers fill up quickly with swim lessons, vacations, BBQs, and lazy days at the beach. Then, in the blink of an eye, it's over. However, there… Continue reading Creating a Summer Blessings List