Have you ever read something that completely changed your perspective on how you do things? I just did. It was an old post on Homeschool Village that woke me up. Here is the part that grabbed me: “Imagine you are given
Getting an extra dose of TLC. I love that we get such great visitors in the garage!
The line is there. A visible reminder. It marks the boundary between the new kitchen and the unrenovated hallway. The hallway with a floor that sheds its color when it is washed. Old meets new. 1960 meets 2013 Okay, so
My hardworking husband had himself convinced that he bought this old wooden racing boat “only for the motor.” That didn’t last long. He can’t let a good project go to waste. We quickly went from, “Well, maybe I’ll just give
Summer school sounds horrible, but it is actually one of the best parts of homeschooling. Our summers are always a time for learning-adventures; practicing skills, and jumpstarting imagination as we throw ourselves headlong into a subject. This year, when I
My husband loves to keep busy. In the winter this usually means focusing on coaching the ski team. Unfortunately, we haven’t had enough snow this season to keep him on skis, so he has tucked into yet another project. A
Ahh, so this is why I got that extra-deep sink that I can hardly reach the bottom of.
We haven’t seen bottles for over a year or diapers for the last 6 months but now it is official. My youngest is out of the tiny baby stage. She is a sweet little bundle of 2 year old thumb-sucking
I love my daughter’s ribbon valances. Every time we give house tours (which is very often because our house is rarely the same two years in a row) I enjoy showing her room specifically because of these sweet window treatments.
Well, maybe the title of this post shouldn’t be nursery – more like Toddler Room or maybe even Little Girl Bedroom. Either way… We did it! My little girl is finally sleeping in a bedroom, rather than in our 3rd