"Behold how pleasant and how good it is for brothers to dwell together in unity." Psalm 133:1 One of my biggest draws to home schooling is these two besties getting to spend more of their time together. How has home schooling impacted your children's friendships with each other?
Albert Einstein said, "Play is the highest form of research." This is most true when our children play with toys that allow them to create, experiment, and solve problems. Our three-year-old is enchanted with his wooden train set these days. He's developing his understanding of some basic engineering as he figures out where to place … Continue reading All Aboard!
"The love of liberty is the love of others; the love of power is the love of ourselves." I try to keep this in mind when disciplining my sons. Am I exercising authority for my sake or for theirs? Am I training them to be ruled or preparing them to be free?
I am a mom of two very young boys, as well as a mathematics teacher at a small Catholic elementary school. While I have always enjoyed teaching other people's children, my true love is working with my own kids and watching them grow. It is rare for families to home school when both parents work … Continue reading The Beginning