It's been too long since I've journaled out loud. That's really the whole reason why I started a blog eleven years ago anyway... it wasn't to make money. It wasn't to share products I had made. It was simply to share my thoughts, experiences, failures, and victories. It wasn't until about eight months ago that… Continue reading Behind Closed Doors: What’s Really Going On?
Google "iBlog" and you'll get some pretty interesting results. Search the hashtag on Instagram and you'll come across some 40K results. None of which come remotely close to the movement I'm launching next month. If you're a blogger, you may have heard the term "blog party". If you're not a blogger, it simply means a… Continue reading The iBlog Movement
Let's talk about homeschooling kiddos with exceptionalities. . . also known as disabilities. Of course this could range anywhere from ADD/ADHD and autism to speech related issues, dyslexia, mental health, and more - but what do you do when you've assumed, realized, and know for sure that you're about to embark on the journey of… Continue reading Homeschooling with Exceptionalities
"It was once again time for the annual Science Fair at Easy Creek Elementary School. Anna wasn't excited about the upcoming event because of the embarrassing projects she'd come up with during her 3rd and 4th grade years. This was her last year of elementary school, and she wanted this year to be different. Anna… Continue reading New Huddleston Family Favorite Book: Anna, Kid Engineer
No matter how hard I tried to align my homeschool with what was typical or ordinary it. just. didn't. work. I went into homeschooling with a brick and mortar teacher mentality anyways, which basically meant that I tried using "classroom tactics". Or in other words, ways used to teach other people's children. It didn't take… Continue reading My Not-So Ordinary Homeschool: And Why I’m Finally Okay With It