When I first started homeschooling I miscalculated my success rate. I was excited about the freedom that homeschooling would afford our family. I envisioned a wrinkle-free environment where my kids would willingly love learning from me, would be enthusiastic to be home, and would not face bullies or disenchanted teachers. Read More
There were times a couple of years’ back that I just wanted to cry—a lot. I don’t know if any of you out there have ever been there. I am not (nor was I ever) the run of the mill soccer game drop off, gooey cookie making, hot-yoga meditating mom. Most of the time, I was a mess. I still don’t usually get up and put my face on or sip a cup of tea, and read God’s Word before the children wake up. I am a shower, brush my teeth, make breakfast, clean while hearing the Bible on audio, work-at-home, and do it all over again the next day type of mom.
Lindsey from Talking Mom2Mom is the homeschool blogger providing this review. Lindsey is a stay at home, work from home mom to six children who are ten years and younger. Lindsey’s blog is full of goodies including a homeschool mom podcast, free homeschooling resources, and recipes your whole family will love. Her Talking Mom2Mom podcast is full of topics that impact moms with understanding, encouragement, and humor. Read More
Today we are highlighting a review from homeschool blogger Richele with TalkingMom2Mom. She is a mom of four children from elementary age to adult. You can find all sorts of great homeschooling resources on her blog ranging from free homeschool printables, character training resources, and tools for the homeschool mom to a Charlotte Mason inspired unit on Shakespeare. Read More