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[Note: This post is part of a 31 day focus on read-aloud. To see the entire list, go here: 31 Days of Read-Aloud.] Yesterday I encouraged you to throw away some books. And I did the same. I do regular … Continue reading
[Note: This post is part of a 31 day focus on read-aloud. To see the entire list, go here: 31 Days of Read-Aloud.] Yesterday I talked about why reading aloud to your kids is so important. Today, I’m going to … Continue reading
Did you take advantage of that last awesome e-book bundle? I’ve been working my way through mine slowly but surely. This week there’s another incredible deal on a bundle that’s even more perfect for you guys… a natural mothering bundle! … Continue reading
First we heard that French women don’t get fat. Then, that French kids don’t throw food. Now, we learn that French kids don’t get ADD. photo credit: GoRun26 A recent article on Psychology Today claims that, in contrast to 9% … Continue reading
I remember reading Little Women as a teenager and, like most people, enjoying it very much. I wanted my girls to read the book (or to read it aloud to them), so I picked it up again to re-read it. … Continue reading
Several months ago I got a copy of The Year of Learning Dangerously: Adventures in Homeschooling. It was the funniest book I read this year. As in, laugh out loud and spit your coffee funny. As is Quinn’s blog. (Her … Continue reading
I did a little thrifting last week, mostly as a way to pass the time. My mom was here keeping me company, and I was feeling a little stir crazy from waiting for baby to arrive. My goal was to … Continue reading
This giveaway is closed – the winner is Julie, commenter #9. Thanks for your interest! Is there anything better on a hot summer’s day than a cold, drippy, delicious ice pop? What about one that’s made with organic fruits and … Continue reading
It’s hot out. And very muggy. We haven’t been going a lot lately. Sadie and Ruby have been doing a lot of this: The rest of us have been doing a lot of reading. Caleb just finished Roots by Alex … Continue reading