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When God created Adam and made a home for him in the Garden of Eden, who was his friend? Who did he talk to and have fellowship with? It was God, himself. In those long conversations together, I’m sure that Adam was learning art of loving communication. That first picture of

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If you’ve been here a while, you may remember a few of the blog series posts I’ve tried starting. And if not, well, trust me…I’ve tried. None of them took off. And all of them were let go of, laid aside and grieved over. I believed these ideas, these dreams were

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Our Curriculum {PreK – 4th grade} This year we are still sticking with our Unit Studies approach to homeschooling and adding in many other different things. I suppose this makes us a bit more on the eclectic side as we pull our resources and materials from all over the place, but

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Have you been trying to find a way to incorporate family Bible time in your home?  Raising our children in a world where teaching our young how to be independent and self-reliant means that we as parents need to be all the more intentional in sharing our faith with the

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Dear Sweet Weary Mom,  Do you know how often I think about you…standing at your kitchen counter or carrying a basket load full of clothes, not sorted, to the laundry room. Your young ones race past you, grabbing your legs with one hand, yet trying like crazy to chase hard

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This week, I decided I would begin regularly participating in the Homeschool Mother’s Journalover at So You Call Yourself a Homeschooler?  I’m really excited to finally have a great way to begin sharing more of what we do around here each week. It kind of makes me grin that I’m starting this little

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I love Summer for so many things. And here in the Pacific Northwest, well it rains…a lot. So, my chilly-damp-bones long for warmer temps and dryer days. You know what else I long for? Time. Time to slow down…to notice things. To really take in the beauty and heart warming

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