Homeschooling 101: Methods of Education {Part 1}

April 1, 2014

Welcome! So glad you’re here. Subscribe to my RSS feed. I’d also love to have you join the community on my Facebook page and Instagram. Thanks for visiting! Pretend I served you chocolate or chai latte. Or both. May we grow in grace and truth together for all areas of our lives!Alrighty, I shared about […]

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Our California Vacation with Dear Friends {Part 1}

March 31, 2014

  We are having a fantastic fantabulous fun filled time with our friends, in SoCal.   Three more days until we head home.  Wonder what else we can do. How was your weekend? 

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Two Fundraisers for Our Adoption Hosted by Friends {Thirty-One & JamBerry}

March 28, 2014

Three sweet friends surprised me this week by hosting fundraisers for our adoption through their independent businesses! JamBerry Nail Party Two friends are collaborating to donate to our fund via JamBerry Nails!  Charla is hosting the party and Edie is the consultant.  Edie is a sponsor here at Grateful for Grace and a precious local […]

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Judgement in and for the Adoption Community

March 27, 2014

Sigh.  I thought there would be more of an understanding community within the adoption circle, but judgment against one another’s decisions are there just as much as other groups.  And judgement against those who adopt and they way they choose to do it.  I shouldn’t be surprised, really.  Sin nature is sin nature. Each adoption […]

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Homeschooling 101: Philosophies of Education

March 25, 2014

The best piece of advice I ever received at the beginning of my homeschooling journey was to decide my philosophy of education before buying a single curriculum item.  That has proven to be incredibly helpful (and money saving like you wouldn’t believe) because there is a veritable smorgasbord of curriculum out there.  If you can […]

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World Down Syndrome Day {I heart Charlotte}

March 21, 2014

I love children.   I’m grateful that my life has been filled with wonderful opportunities to interact with all kinds of children. I haven’t had a typical life as far as that is concerned.  It has changed my heart, my mind, and my perspective. My dad introduced me to the opportunity of working with people […]

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Science is Growling Fun for Everyone

March 20, 2014

Studying ancient sea reptiles is growling fun.  Just ask our five year old (almost six, gasp!) about anything he’s heard from Exploring Creation: Swimming Creatures of the Fifth Day.  You’ll learn something new.  Promise.   I never cease to be amazed by how much my kiddos learn with Apologia elementary science books.  They love them.  I […]

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For Those Considering Homeschooling… What are Your Questions? Ask a Veteran!

March 18, 2014

This is the time of the year that families who are currently using the public school system or private schools start considering homeschooling instead.  They start tip toeing around the topic, checking the scene.  It can be incredibly daunting. The good news is there are a lot of people out there who want to help. […]

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The Reliability of the New Testament

March 17, 2014

  I think this is really interesting. Did you already know this?

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No Shame for Abortion, But for Adoption?!

March 13, 2014

I had a wonderful conversation with a lady the other day.  And by wonderful, I mean heart breaking and awful in topic, but open and flowing. She asked about my story and the topic of abortion in our culture.  That led to my sharing about what I think we need to talk about more as […]

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