Reading a really good book on homeschool life (Free Range Learning) while the kids do a little “free range learning” of their own.
(This post contains affiliate links. See disclosure.) Books we recommend: Every now and then, I like to post specifically about some of the books we’ve been enjoying recently, so this is our latest installment of book recommendations. Big thanks to 12-year-old Kathryn for her input! Black Star, Bright Dawn – Scott O’Dell A young girl […]
Hope for the Weary Mom is being re-released! LaToya has read this new-and-improved, expanded version, and shares her review here today… —————– Motherhood is hard work, but I’m sure I don’t have to tell you that. There are moments where I am completely overwhelmed by the task of taking care of my children. These are […]
When Ashley announced that she was writing an e-book about father-daughter dates, I jumped at the chance to review it. After all, there just so happens to be a father and two daughters right here in my house, and my husband already makes a point of taking our girls on dates (like the annual Father-Daughter […]
These e-books both have “foster” in the titles, but they are not just for foster or foster-adoptive families. They are written for any adoptive family dealing with kids who may have trauma in their past. I received both books for the purposes of review, and it made sense to include both reviews in one post, […]
Frumps to Pumps – a motivational devotion by Sarah Mae: I received a copy of this ebook in exchange for an honest review. I expected it to be good, because Sarah Mae is an insightful and entertaining writer, but I didn’t really think I’d get much from it. I don’t need to be convinced to […]
No matter how busy or distracted life gets, I like to keep a few books at hand. They keep me sane. I love the idea of having different books that require different concentration levels, so I try to have at least one “deep” read, as well as a good fiction story that holds my attention. […]