How to Homeschool With Composition Books

How to Homeschool With Composition Books

If you’re looking for a low-cost, low-stress way to homeschool, why not try composition books? I know they aren’t impressive by themselves, but with just a few ideas, tips, and directions they can become the best way to give your children a top-notch education! You see, these are … Read More…

How to Find More Time with Homeschool Lunchboxes

How to Find More Time with Homeschool Lunchboxes

Homeschooling moms need a 30 hour day–don’t you agree? Since that’s never going to happen, we have to find ways to use the 24 hours we already have. One better way to use the time we are allotted is with homeschool lunchboxes. “But Sherry, packing a lunch seems … Read More…

20 Ways to Survive a Hotel Stay With Lots of Kids

20 Ways to Survive a Hotel Stay With Lots of Kids

A hotel stay with lots of kids doesn’t have to become a horror film! In fact, you can turn a hotel stay into a great family memory. How do I know?–because our large family (17 of us) has done it for years! You can read more about our … Read More…

15 Homeschool Hacks for Pregnancy and Childbirth

15 Homeschool Hacks for Pregnancy and Childbirth

Babies and homeschooling; is it possible to mix both? Most people think a mom of 15 should know! In fact, recently a dear mama sent me a question which inspired this entire post: I was wondering if you could give me some advice and insight. Here’s what I’m … Read More…

How to Conquer Mom Frustration

How to Conquer Mom Frustration

Do you ever find yourself feeling “burnt”? I mean, like you can’t find even a second to catch your breath? There is a place where a mother of many children can find herself worn to a frazzle. It’s a constant state of mom frustration, which leads to anger, which leads … Read More…

How to Reset Your Mom Life

How to Reset Your Mom Life

Mom life is a marathon, isn’t it? We start out strong, spurred on by gushing love and admiration for a child who is perfect in our eyes. Then Guilt and Fear come along and we grow weary and weak. Guilt keeps us company. Chatting incessantly about all the things we … Read More…

How to Be a Sweet Mom to Your Family

How to Be a Sweet Mom to Your Family

Sweetness does not come naturally to most of us. We tend to react to the hard knocks of life by becoming cold and hard. Of course women must be tough as nails, but we don’t have to act rough and sharp! Not only babies and children, but husbands, parents, … Read More…

A Beautiful Tool for Busy Moms

A Beautiful Tool for Busy Moms

Some folks collect baseball cards, others collect rocks or stamps. In our family we collect sweet precious, wonderful babies. As our children have grown up, we not only have our own tiny people, but our children are having babies as well (yes, we are “breeders,” to God’s glory, hallelujah!). … Read More…

Our Budget-Friendly Homeschool Room

Our Budget-Friendly Homeschool Room

Don’t have a lot of extra cash to create that “perfect” homeschool room? Neither do I! Spending oodles of money on the perfect space would eat up most of my budget, and, besides, who wants to turn the entire home into some ugly institution? (Blech!) Instead, our decor … Read More…

How to Become a Self-Controlled Mom

How to Become a Self-Controlled Mom

There is a wild gal within me, and she is SO MUCH FUN! She whoops and hollers at football games. She waves and dances in church. She plays worship music really, really loudly and mouths the words while she vacuums. She buys chocolate for the kids and then … Read More…