We were living in the Greater Toronto Area when we had four boys under the age of five. Yeah, that was fun! We only had one car at the time, so during the day while my husband was at work, I would walk the several blocks to the grocery store with a double stroller and… Continue reading How to Homeschool Multiple Ages Without Losing Your Mind
You start out with one baby. He takes up a lot of your time, day and night. But eventually you find your groove and all is well. You might add another baby a year or two later. And now you have two little people to take care of, but no additional help. But eventually you… Continue reading Keeping Your Sanity When All Your Kids Are Little
I recently read a quote by Henry David Thoreau that said, “It is not enough to be busy. So are the ants. The question is: What are we busy about?” Wow, that hit home with me. I am a mom of four girls. I homeschool the kids. I work from home. I blog (www.embracingthehour.com). I… Continue reading Embrace the Hour Because You Never Know What Surprises Will Happen
For the past couple of weeks, I've been on a "styles" kick. You've probably heard of learning styles and homeschooling styles as being very important facets in home education - but what about the role that parenting styles play? In our Facebook group, With the Huddleston's Homeschooling Community, we started a two-week mission called Operation… Continue reading Operation Homeschool Success: Parenting Styles
Our family absolutely LOVES the idea of traveling around the world. In fact, we have several locations pinned on our family dream board. Although we can't just hop up and go wherever we want right now, that's okay! You see, the season we are in is one of planting, and boy is there a lot… Continue reading How I take my kiddos around the world without leaving home!