The past week has been a test of my strength. Many of them have been, actually. People tell me that I’m one of the strongest people they know. First there was the five-day notice to vacate our home. That turned out to be a mistake … Continue reading Being Strong
Most judgement of others comes from lack of information. I’d like to share why I have ‘that kid’ at the grocery store. Although my son just turned eight, he often sits in the shopping cart and…brace yourself for it…plays on his tablet. Yep, we do … Continue reading Judge Not
We have been loving a book series for a while and I wanted to share it with all of you. The Sir Cumference books by Cindy Neuschwander are phenomenal and no one is paying me to say so. I discovered our library system has all … Continue reading Math Adventures
Today is Earth Day. The lesson my son took away from today came in the spaces in between. This is the nature of unschooling though. I picked out a lot of our books this morning, before he woke up, about topics related to recycling, rain … Continue reading Hardest Lesson Learned
Sometimes single parenting sucks. There, I said it. I’m not trying to delude anyone into thinking that this doesn’t come with some definite challenges, so I’m sharing the not so pleasant aspects. You can’t just leave the kiddo with your spouse and run out to … Continue reading It’s Not All Rainbows And Unicorns
I found a Meetup group that was for vegetarian families and they were having an event soon. Since it seemed like it might be fun and I’m lacking in a sense of community, I put in a request to join. The short application asked questions … Continue reading On The Fringe
I wrote a guest post for Meaghan at Joyful Mud Puddles. Head on over and check it out!