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All Saints Day is celebrated on November 1 and what a wonderful way to greet November! All Saints Day is recognized by the Roman Catholic Church, Eastern Orthodox Church and many Protestant Churches. This day is set aside as a day to remember those who have passed away,Read More
I have always felt conflicted this time of year, this season of Autumn. Like many, it’s my favorite season. The brisk mornings make for beautiful opportunities to snuggle a little longer and the glorious afternoons are perfect for unplugging and spending time in nature.Read More
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Oh this is my favorite time of the year! The smells, the tastes, the changing temperatures, the cozy socks, sweaters and blankets, the days are becoming shorter and life seems to downshift a bit.Read More
I can recall as a child being uncomfortable, if not frightened, by the dark. The problem with the dark is the unknown, what is giving shape to those frightening shadows or causing that creepy sound? It’s amazing the comfort that even a small night light can provide. Just a little bit of light can illuminate the unknownRead More
Homeschooling had always been an idea we volleyed because it was an option and it sounded like something I would enjoy doing. My reservations about homeschooling included the fear that my children would not be "socialized" well and that we would end up disconnected, isolated and quite frankly we would be that "weird family."Read More
Our family is going on a month-long journey this summer, we're hitting the road and traveling north to Canada, which is the first leg of our journey you can read about here.
As we travel back into the US from Prince Edward Island we want to hit some major cities and sites in the northeast.
After my son's emotional admission that the letters and words wiggled while he tried to read them, I knew we were somewhere in the area of dyslexia which narrowed my research as I desperately looked for ways to help him.Read More
Our family is doing something a little different this year and I am really excited about it. We have wanted to do some traveling but that's a lot easier said than done when you have a lot of little kids. Since my "little" kids are not so little anymore, we feel like this is our summer to hit the road and go on an adventure.Read More
I wanted to share a few details about our kindergarten experience and what became a defining moment in our journey. Towards the end of my son's kindergarten experience, all of the children were given a deck of sight words that they would be tested on.Read More