How to homeschool your disabled child when they are not merely “special needs”, but severely mentally handicap? What if they are not capable of completing worksheets, written assignments, oral reports, etc.? It can feel overwhelming or impossible, but it is easier than you may think! I have a 10-year-old daughter who is severely physicallyRead more
I am starting to feel free to dream again. I am hopeful and excited about where we might be 1 year from now in regards to our living situation. You see, I’ve been in a .. funk or something, for the last several years. I didn’t feel free to dream … I think itRead more
While pondering, dreaming, and praying about the coming year, I reflected back on the last couple of years… then felt discouraged by recent struggles with our kids’ medical conditions — which cause a butterfly effect of unhealthy eating, lack of sleep and routine, etc. I kept thinking “why have goals for 2017 when things areRead more
Did you choose a 2016 One Word? Where did that One Word take you? Did you stick with that One Word, meditating on it throughout the year? I thought I’d do a follow-up for my One Word for 2016. Based on my experiences in 2015, I chose “Bloom” for my 2016 One Word. 2015Read more
Music appreciation is a required homeschool subject in Washington state. Although the legal school age is not until 8-years-old here, you can get a jump start on some of the fun parts of homeschooling your child from an early age! That’s where programs like Musik At Home come into play.