Mama Sets The Tone

Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. Mama Sets The Tone We all do it.  Wake up in a bad mood.  One thing goes wrong (or maybe it’s the twentieth thing that day) and our attitude is shot.  We snap.  Our husbands never see it coming.  Our poor kiddos have a Mom who snaps at them. Have you ever noticed how the attitude of your home changes?  Have you noticed it tends to change with your attitude? It does.  Trust me. {Read More}

10 Things I’ve Learned About Myself Through Homeschooling Girls

10 Things I’ve Learned About Myself While Homeschooling Girls For the next 10 Tuesday I am joining my friends and fellow bloggers in the iHomeschool Network 10 in 10 Series – Top 10 Lists!  Each week we will be covering one topic and sharing our top 10 answers.  Check out each of the iHomeschool Network bloggers on the 10 in 10 Series page.  This post does include some affiliate links.  I thank you for your continued support of our homeschool. {Read More}

Mom, Are You Missing From The Schedule?

Mom, Are You Missing From The Schedule? You make time for math and language arts and science and history and field trips and housekeeping and meal making and your husband and your church and your business and your neighbors…but what about you? Do you regularly take time to rest and indulge your own interests and passions? If not, you aren’t just hurting yourself. Confessions of a Selfish Mom I’ve regularly taken time to play tennis, scrapbook, write, travel to speak {Read More}

Knuckle Down – Study Time {Free} Printable

Knuckle Down – Time To Study Lately our homeschool has been a bit chaotic! Roo has been having a very difficult time focusing on her school work which started to make her fall a little behind.  Now this little Tatter Tot is most definitely the biggest reason her attention fades away from her school work. I admit she truly does make it difficult to focus at times – I mean look at her!  Hahaha!  She’s only 2yo so you have {Read More}

Raising Proverbs 31 Women – Working With Her Hands

 Raising Proverbs 31 Women Working With Her Hands We are continuing our look at the excellent wife’s behavior. What did she do that made her so wonderful?   What actions should we be teaching our daughters to strive for?   What was important to the Proverbs 31 Woman? Proverbs 31:19-20{ESV} She puts her hands to the distaff, and her hands hold the spindle.  She opens her hand to the poor and reaches out her hand to the needy.    Her {Read More}

Raising Proverbs 31 Women: A Strong Woman

Raising Proverbs 31 Women A Strong Woman We are continuing our look at the excellent wife’s behavior. What did she do that made her so wonderful?   What actions should we be teaching our daughters to strive for?   What was important to the Proverbs 31 Woman? Proverbs 31:17-18{ESV} She dresses herself with strength and makes her arms strong. She perceives that her merchandise is profitable.  Her lamp does not go out at night.  Her Behavior {Biblical Times} Taking care {Read More}

Raising Proverbs 31 Women: Her Behavior Continued

  Raising Proverbs 31 Women Her Behavior Continued We are continuing our look at the excellent wife’s behavior. What did she do that made her so wonderful?   What actions should we be teaching our daughters to strive for?   What was important to the Proverbs 31 Woman? Proverbs 31:15-16 {ESV} She rises while it is yet night and provides food for her household and portions for her maidens.  She considers a field and buys it; with the fruit of her {Read More}

Raising Proverbs 31 Women: Her Behavior

Raising Proverbs 31 Women Her Behavior   Today we will begin looking at the excellent wife’s behavior. What did she do that made her so wonderful?   What actions should we be teaching our daughters to strive for?   What was important to the Proverbs 31 Woman?   Proverbs 31:13-14 {ESV} She seeks wool and flax, and works with willing hands.  She is like the ships of the merchant; she brings her food from afar. Her Behavior {Biblical Times} She seeks {Read More}

Raising Proverbs 31 Women

Raising Proverbs 31 Women A New Series This past year I’ve spent a lot of time studying the Excellent Wife – The Proverbs 31 Woman. She is someone I consider to be a great role model as a: Godly Woman, wife, mother, homemaker, and business woman. When you read Proverbs 31:10-31 and really get to know her, you will see what a blessing she is to her husband, her children and her community.  She is someone I am trying to {Read More}

Becoming a Prayer Warrior Family

Becoming a Prayer Warrior Family As Christians, we know the importance of talking to God – the importance of prayer.  It is one of the highest priorities for our church leaders and, I think, for us as parents.  After all, we are the leaders of our children. BUT WE WILL DEVOTE OURSELVES TO PRAYER AND TO THE MINISTRY OF THE WORD. ~ ACTS 6:4 ESV    I’ve been a Mom for over six years now so it makes sense that {Read More}