Organic Homeschool Scheduling in a Charlotte Mason home

A.k.a., “How I eventually gave up trying to be like Other Homeschool Moms and figured out how I school with a 6 year old, 5 year old, and 1 year old”! So, I’m new to this whole thing. Remember when you were new to parenting, reading up on all the blogs and books, sifting through all… More Organic Homeschool Scheduling in a Charlotte Mason home

Easy Weeknight Dinner: Tuna Tomato Pasta

Here’s one I “invented” (i.e., googled and tinkered) out of desperation one night before grocery day with nearly-empty cupboards. (You know, that “nearly-empty” kind of cupboard stuffed with cans of all sorts of nutritious substances you thought really important to stock up on… once upon a time.) But with a scant half-hour before Daddy gets… More Easy Weeknight Dinner: Tuna Tomato Pasta

Mary, our Mother

A beautiful reflection, even a prayer, on the Mary as our Immaculate Mother, shining with Christ’s own pure light, by St. Maximilian Kolbe: So you, my child, must love her as your mother with all the generosity of your heart. She loved you enough to sacrifice God’s Son for you. In the Annunciation she welcomed… More Mary, our Mother

Weeknight Staple Recipes: Greater Tuna Salad on Cranberry Whole-wheat Bread

Lately, we’ve been trying to live both more healthily AND more frugally (and besides, we’re totally broke and can’t afford to do anything else! lol). My husband has had great results with a low-carb diet (that is, a diet low in carbs, not a crazy-strict system of food denial), I think largely due to his… More Weeknight Staple Recipes: Greater Tuna Salad on Cranberry Whole-wheat Bread