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  • Online Language Learning with Rosetta Stone Homeschool

    (Inside: If you want to add online language learning to your homeschool, you’ve got to check out Rosetta Stone Homeschool! More than 20 languages available for kids!) My son is a history buff… Particularly the history of other countries in particular. It’s not too surprising… He loves stories, and history is full of excitement. What I […]

  • 10 Days for Homeschooling Moms

    Now that it’s summer, for most homeschooling moms that means it’s PLANNING TIME! Sometimes it can be super overwhelming figuring out what you’d like to focus on when your time is finally not filled with lesson plans and the choas of homeschooling, so a few of my favorite homeschool bloggers and I have pulled together […]

  • 5 Steps to the Best Large Family Homeschool Schedule

    Before I had kids, scheduling was my life. I was involved in so many activities, I had to have my life planned down to the minute or I would definitely let a ball drop. Now? Four babies later? We don’t really do well with “schedules”. I mean, we work from home and homeschool. I rarely know what […]

  • Tips for Comforting Your Colicky Baby

    If you’ve ever had a child with colic, you know the struggle. You work on comforting your colicky baby, but if feels like nothing you do will ever stop the crying. You might even wonder if you’re going completely crazy. If your baby is anything like mine, the worst times can be in the late […]

  • Updates on Being Outnumbered!

    Oh friends what a month it has been! If you haven’t noticed, things have been a little quiet around here lately! Lots of things have been going on, but things seem to be settling back into a normal routine (HA! What is normal?) so I figured I’d use this post to give you some updates […]