My son loves to stir up the anything in the kitchen. Wherever I am in the kitchen, he is there, waiting to stir up something tasty. Whether we’re baking, cooking, or just mixing up something small, he longs to be present and in the midst of all the goodness.
If you like including Christian fiction in your homeschool, you’ll want to check out Prisoner of War from Whatsoever Stories.
I received a physical copy of this softcover book from Whatsoever stories. This book is a fictional account of a young man who secretly flies into a POW camp to rescue 300 men during WWII.
My son was very interested in learning Spanish so I was really excited about the opportunity to try the Educator’s Spanish Collection from Whistlefritz with him. Whistlefritz includes bilingual foreign language immersion music videos in their Educator’s Spanish Collection.
If you’re a homeschooling parent, looking for a grammar curriculum for your elementary student, IEW (Institute For Excellence in Writing) is a wonderful choice. I love Institute for Excellence in Writing so I jumped at the chance to review Level 5 Frog Prince from the Fix It! Grammar series.
Do you have children that struggle with Math? I’ll admit that Math has not always been my favorite subject. Now that I’m an adult, I’ve learned that I despised Math in my younger years because I never really understood it, nor did I have a teacher who helped me make the connections needed for Math.
I love those books that help make connections to real-life issues and get them even more excited about reading God’s Word as they grow. That’s why I was thrilled to review the NIrV Adventure Bible For Early Readers by Zondervan Publishers.
Every mom has a superpower. Yes, indeed they do. Every mother has this incredible ability to determine what her children need and then they need it. The diaper change, the ratty, old puppy blanket, the shoved goldfish from the sofa cushion, the rice separate from the chicken.
What is hope to you? Hope is many things to me, but in this season of life, it means a rescue. It represents an unburdening of the despair and angst I find myself slipping into all too often.
Sometimes, we do that in life, don’t we? It’s just so much easier as we reach for the “quick fix” for our doubts and worries. While that may work in the moment, the “quick fixes” can’t dive deep down and sift out the root of our fear and anxieties, our pain and suffering. But God can.
Renewal is a daily process, a process of continual cultivation. This is a reminder that I need constantly. I struggle with distraction. Do you? If you’re a mom, I’m certain distractions are not new to you. It seems we’re pulled (literally) in every direction possible,...