The Psychology of Homeschooling with a Toddler

Homeschooling is hard work. Multiply that by the number of toddlers tagging along for the journey. How do you get your head in the game for this task?

Homeschooling.  With a toddler.  Need I say more?  As homeschool families everywhere start back to school, there seems to be an echo across the Internet.  “We had a great first day back, but the toddler …”  The echoes are reverberating in my soul, and I haven’t even started back to school yet. Over the summer, […]

3 Takes on Anger

Do you struggle with mom-anger in your homeschool? Think about and examine what is underneath that anger. What can it tell you about your own heart?

My monthly guest post on the Home Educators Association of Virginia blog is live today!  I wrote about three perspectives on anger, similar to the conversations I’ve had recently on Periscope.  (You can also catch them on my YouTube channel.) Every family has relationship issues. Homeschooling tends to bring those issues to the surface. It’s […]

The One Parenting Trick that Fixed Everything

Want to Fix Everything? I included this graphic in my SOS (Subscriber-Only Saturday) Newsletter last weekend.  Did you see it?  Have you been curious to see what I would have to share?  Wouldn’t you love to have a trick that will fix all of your parenting problems?!? Well, I’ve really gone above and beyond, because […]

Overcome Evil with Good

Brotherly Love As parents, we very often handle sibling conflicts “in the moment”.  While handling the difficulties that come along is certainly necessary, it can’t be the whole game plan.  Rather, we need to work towards developing an overarching home environment of others-focused love and peace-seeking.  We started the conversation here about how Romans 12 fleshes […]