Guest Blogger, Guest Post, Lifestyle, Marriage, Spiritual

Thankful for the Company

Join Thankful for... Blog Party Contributor, Rebecca, as she talks about being thankful for the company of her husband. I thank God every day for my husband, Tristan. I’m so thankful for his company, because it makes my life and my little boy’s, Luke’s, life so much richer. As a team, we work together for… Continue reading Thankful for the Company

Faith, Guest Blogger, Guest Post, Homeschooling, Spiritual

Thankful for the Hard Times

Special thanks to Thankful for... Blog Party Contributor, Sarah, for sharing why she is thankful for the hard times. Warning: this is not your typical thanksgiving post. And I'm not the typical homeschooling parent. Hard times, crisis, times when everything is changing (and not always for the better) -- these aren't the times most of… Continue reading Thankful for the Hard Times

Family, Guest Blogger, Lifestyle

5 Vacation Spots for Kids Who Love Horses

Special thanks to Guest Blogger Nicky from Horses and Foals for sharing five vacation spots for kids who love horses. As an old horse lover who spent two summers at horse camp, I appreciate this special post! Humans and horses have a very unique relationship. When you introduce your kids to horses, there is a… Continue reading 5 Vacation Spots for Kids Who Love Horses

Faith, Family, Guest Blogger, Guest Post, Homeschooling, iBlog Movement, Lifestyle, Parenting

Six Ways to Foster a Love of Reading

As a clinical psychologist and children’s author, I often get asked for a lot of advice. One of the questions parents frequently ask me is how can they raise a great reader. Reading is a habit that is one of the most valuable any child can learn. I believe, that if you can read you… Continue reading Six Ways to Foster a Love of Reading

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Why I Decided to Homeschool My African American Son

My name is Cescelie Jelks. I am a homeschooling mother of two. My son is currently 17 years of age and my daughter is 14. Our homeschooling journey began shortly after my son began first grade at our local public elementary school. I was not at all concerned about him beginning school. I knew that… Continue reading Why I Decided to Homeschool My African American Son