People Who Have Down Syndrome Are Unique Individuals In Their Own Right: Part 2
Or: 21 Things about Desi! More Alike than Different. That is a phrase used a lot in the Down Syndrome community. Why? Because pe I discussed in Part 1 how individuals who have Down Syndrome are more like their family members than […]Read More!
Toddler Joy in the Home School: Tips to Teaching Your Kids Without Letting the Toddler Destroy the House!
Toddlers are so full of wonder and enthusiasm for life. They bring us joy. But when we are trying to explain a difficult concept to an older child, or delve into some Biblical wisdom, or even have a nice read […]Read More!
How I Failed Our Girls In Our Home School . . . (And Why I’d Do It Again)
This is a time of year for us home school mom’s to reflect on past years, while looking ahead to a new year , , , And I have a lot of past years to reflect upon. With three girls […]Read More!
How to Transplant a Tomato; and other life lessons
I don’t remember learning how to plant a tomato per SE, it’s something I’ve just always known. Planting tomatoes was a yearly event in both my parent’s garden, and my grandparent’s. The distinct smell of the young tomato plants, mixed with sun-warmed […]Read More!
Don’t Let the Homestead Learning Curve Hit You in the Butt! – and if it does, how to get up and shake it off!
When I start anything, I research, and read, then research some more, then read some more! Then, I talk to people, then I read some more. Then plan. I know just how I want to manage my project for […]Read More!