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}

Planning, Planning and MORE Planning…

Planning, Planning and More Planning I am in full planning mode here at Homeschoolin Mama, for this coming school year.  I am usually finished by now so I’m getting slightly frustrated with myself.  This summer has had a lot of craziness thrown at my family that has made it VERY difficult for me to stay focused on what I needed to do. I am a planner, it’s how I’ve always been.  I just function so much better when I have {Read More}

{Top 10} Pieces of Advice to NEW Homeschoolers of Littles

10 Pieces of Advice for New Homeschoolers With Littles This weeks Top Ten Tuesday post is all about my Top 10 Pieces of Advice You Would Give to a New Homeschooler!  Since I am still pretty new, and my Chix are very much still little, I thought I would share what I could about teaching your Littles! 1.  Plan during the Summer!!!  I am a huge planner and I have found that when I get a school year all planned {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}

The Time Has Come…

     This weekend was a very difficult one for me.  My youngest is 15 months old now and it was time to end our breast feeding.  I’ve been talking about stopping for the past 3 months, since her first birthday, but haven’t been able to bring myself to actually quit completely.  Oh, I tried a couple of times.  But just couldn’t do it!  When to stop has been a major battle for me – I’ve been completely torn.    {Read More}

All In God’s Timing

All In God’s Timing What an amazing day!  A day that I will never forget.  Every Christian Mother longs for the day there child decides to ask Jesus into there heart.  This was that day for my little Roo (who is 6 years old)! From the time I found out I was pregnant with her I have prayed every night this prayer: “Lord, help me to be the Mom she needs me to be.  Help me to be the example {Read More}

Showing Love During The Crazy Times

Showing Love During The Crazy Times The past 10 days have been over the top insane at our house.  I mean, each day I would say to myself “Well it can’t get crazier than this.”  And the next day would make a complete liar out of me! Boo, who is almost 10 months old now, is cutting her two top front teeth.  Any of you that have lived through the teething stage know that we are running on very little {Read More}

Motivating Your Kiddos

Motivating Your Kiddos When I first started homeschooling Rachael this year, it went fantastic! She loved learning every day and she loved having Mommy as her Teacher. It was something new and exciting! Every thing was coming very easy to her and she woke up every day ready to learn. Then the work began to get a little harder and we were covering things that she had not seen before. She didn’t like not being right with the first answer {Read More}