Hollywood College Admission Drama

It was recently made public that a number of parents including two very well known actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman used their position and power to manipulate the college admission process. Now I believe that parents should invest in their children's education but this is going to extremes. What bothers me most about this … Continue reading Hollywood College Admission Drama

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The Terrible Teen Stage

My oldest is almost 13 years old and he is a crazy, funny, unique individual but recently the terrible teen disease has begun to plague him. If you have a child between the ages of 11-13 who is exhibiting the following symptoms your child might also have this obnoxious disease. Moodiness Suddenly knows everything under … Continue reading The Terrible Teen Stage

Puberty Stinks!

Puberty stinks literally and figuratively! It all started back around Christmas time my husband and I noticed that an odd odor was coming from our oldest child who had just turned twelve. We purchased him his own supply of deodorant and explained the importance of personal hygiene. We expected the odor to go away but … Continue reading Puberty Stinks!

A Homeschooling Mom’s Stance on Abortion

Many women like to argue that abortion is their right because they have the right to do what they want with their own bodies. Some argue that abortions are necessary to help women who have been victims of rape and incest. Others think that it is some sort of rite of passage and that all … Continue reading A Homeschooling Mom’s Stance on Abortion

The One Thing They Forgot…

Last night Northwest Ohio was gifted several inches of fresh snow and my kids were itching to try out their new sleds they received at Christmas time. This afternoon with the sun shining above we set out to our local metro park to test out the sleds. We weren't the only ones inspired to try … Continue reading The One Thing They Forgot…

You CAN Cook!

When my husband and I first got married almost 13 years ago I did not know a thing about budgeting or meal planning. This lead to us spending an exorbitant amount of money on groceries every week and put us deeply into debt. It took hitting rock bottom for me to realize that I needed … Continue reading You CAN Cook!

Are they socialized?

  Ugh, the dreaded socialization question. While I enjoy talking about homeschooling the one question I abhor is whether or not I socialize my kids. The answer to this question is always a polite yes and I explain how we are engaged in community activities and that we attend church where the kids belong to … Continue reading Are they socialized?

The Grinch v.s Ebeneezer Scrooge

It is a family tradition in our house to read both The Grinch Who Stole Christmas by Dr. Seuss and A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. I love both of these stories and I am very proud to have both books in my personal library. These are two books that in my opinion should be … Continue reading The Grinch v.s Ebeneezer Scrooge