Christmas, Homeschool Reviews

Complete Christmas Unit Study {My Review}

As many of my readers know, we travel a lot and this continues through the holiday season so when we were given an opportunity to review the Complete Unit Study – Christmas for grades K-6 from Homeschool Complete, we jumped at the chance. Being able to pack along one simple themed unit study is much easier than bringing (and sorting…

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Christmas Lights at the Acadian Village {Wordless Wednesday}

This week I’m sharing some pictures from our evening at the Acadian Village in Lafayette, LA. I love checking out these light displays when we travel. You can read about some of our favorites in this post from last December, Christmas Lights and Hot Cocoa (of course I have since found a few more amazing displays!) For more Wordless Wednesday…

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Guest Post from Another Railroad Wife – My Friend Dacia M Arnold

I have taken over this blog today because my dear friend and fellow RR Wife, Miss Kimmy, is helping me spread the word about my book. We belong to a sisterhood few understand, but has brought us very close despite having never met. Being a railroad wife, like Kimberley and me, is like being a superwoman with an invisible cape.…

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Balancing Diapers and Deadlines {My Review}

While I am well past the diaper stage in my home our youngest daughter does have a little one so when I was offered the opportunity to review Balancing Diapers and Deadlines from Lisa Tanner Writing  I thought it would be fun for us to work on together. She was keen on the idea but said she wasn’t sure she could fit the time…

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Y is for Yam Casserole (Blogging Through the Alphabet)

We are definitely a Disney family. All of our friends know it and like to send us ideas for holiday decorating to fit with the theme. With this in mind, our middle daughter, V2, downloaded a pattern for a terrific Classic Mickey pumpkin that she carved with the boys for Halloween. As readers of this series will know, I’ve used…

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