Sex By Design – The Purpose and Practice of Purity (Review)

  So . . . sex. That’s not a topic I write a lot about. At all, really. But having two teens, it’s definitely one topic that needs to be talked about. Especially since I was a teen mom myself. I gave birth to my first son when I was barely 16. I was married by 18 and gave birth again, to a girl this time, just six months later. I wasn’t raised in a Christian

Learn to Read with Reading Eggs (Review)

  For many months my two first graders have been using Reading Eggs. We received a six-month extension to our subscription. Our subscription includes access to: Reading Eggs Junior (ages 2-4) Reading Eggs (ages 3-7) Reading Eggspress (ages 7-13, grades 1-6) MathSeeds (teaches kids ages 3-9 basic math and problem-solving skills) Learn to Read with Reading Eggs Caroline and Max (my Irish twins) are first graders. For months they’ve been asking to do their math and reading eggs

Brinkman Adventures Season 4 (Review)

  Audiobooks can be a mama’s best friend. We use them during quiet time, long trips in the van, and sometimes I listen to them while sewing or crocheting. We have long been Brinkman Adventures fans. This time around we received a digital copy of Brinkman Adventures Season 4. Brinkman Adventures Season 4 There are 12 episodes in Season 4 and each one is just under half an hour long. The episode titles are: 37 A Paradise Lost

CTC Makes Math Easy (Review)

  Perhaps one of the biggest perks of homeschooling is freedom. Freedom to learn what we want, as much as we want, and of course, when we want. Want to spend a whole month learning about mushrooms and butterflies? Go ahead! Feel the need to read every Tomie DePaola book to your kids? Go for it! Your kids need two breakfasts, a snack, brunch, lunch, afternoon snack, and supper . . . every. single. day? No? Just my

Channie’s Handwriting Workbook Review

  This may be our seventh year homeschooling, but this is the first time I’ve taught children how to write and read. My oldest two (who I pulled from public school 7 years ago) already knew how to do those things. So this is totally new territory to me. My youngest school-age children are 3, 5, and 6, so this is our first year with real writing instruction. We’ve used all kinds of things. Basic