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If I Could Start EC Over Again – and Why I’m Glad I Can’t

I love free stuff, both finding it and passing the treasure on. Today, courtesy of 8 years of diapering and pottying mishaps and milestones (and on the eve of #4’s arrival on scene), I’m offering “free experience” to fellow EC-ing parents. Basically, you get the benefit of our family’s adventures without having to bribe your …

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Not Enough Progress in Your Homeschool?

Is your homeschool year starting back up differently than you imagined? (Or maybe you, like me, forgot to imagine what re-starting would be like.) Newbie and veteran homeschool parents alike experience the same phenomenon every January: the post-holidays slump. All the excitement accompanying fresh adventure from the beginning of your school year feels like its …

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Ultimate Children’s Booklist (Part 3: Upper Elementary to Highschool)

“You can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.” ― C.S. Lewis Some links here are affiliate links. Biblio enables you to fuel your book-buying addiction, save money and the environment, and support independent bookstores across the globe. You’re welcome. 🙂 Good books don’t cease when …

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Ultimate Children’s Booklist (Part 2: The Authors)

With thanks to those who first introduced these friends to me, especially: my mom, aunt, sisters, and my brother, who shared his precious hoard of Louis L’Amour. Some links here are affiliate links. Biblio enables you to fuel your book-buying addiction, save money and the environment, and support independent bookstores across the globe. You’re welcome. …

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If Only One Thing (Grace for Homeschooling the Early Years)

If you’re in the early years with multiple littles underfoot, the idea of homeschooling, by which many assume means following a curriculum, can be overwhelming. What should you do? What is best for your child? How will you survive? Take heart. Homeschool, like the life through which it winds, has seasons. And if you’re in …

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