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No Longer a Stay at Home Mom

When it was us

My oldest baby is nine this year. I have no idea where the last decade went. I’m still not sure when I became an adult, or why I am trusted to care for these four squishy things I call my children.  Really, that’s a conversation for another day. Today, I have to talk to you […]

Free Astronaut and Rocket Ship Lessons

Mission Space - Space, Science Theme with Space Shuttle and Huge Moon.

In planning our unit study this month, I have come across some really neat resources for the kids. None of them could touch the quality of the resources NASA publishes! Free Rocket Science Unit (178 pages of material) This unit goes in depth about rocket science, complete with hands on lessons! Train Like an Astronaut […]

Sometimes Moms Need a Break Too!

Sometimes Moms Need a break too

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Best Western. All opinions are 100% mine. Next month, I am headed on my first business trip. I’m going to be going to a homeschool convention to work for one of my favorite vendors, and I have to confess that I really cannot wait! […]

Guest Post: Easy Rocket Ship Craft for Kids


Hello everyone, I’m Kim from Adventureswithsix. I am a mom of six kiddos, 3 girls and 3 boys. I am a proud Air Force Wife of 10 years and Homeschool mom for 5 years. I love crafting. I was very excited to have the opportunity to share my talents with you. You can read more […]

Mother Goose Monday: Book Giveaway!


Happy Monday! This week for Mother Goose Monday, we are keeping things simple, and doing a quick book giveaway for y’all. Mother Goose Time comes with a new picture book each month, and they are absolutely adorable. The pictures are bright and vivid, and they are always just spot on for the kids. Today, I […]

How I got my Kids to Read for Fun

Read for fun

Bug and Mr. Man have become exactly the kind of readers I wanted them to be. Growing up, I loved books. I remember spending a long Sunday afternoon in my room reading all the American Girls books, or enjoying The Phantom Tollbooth for the umpteenth time. I really want the boys to read like that. […]