Summer Schooling Twitter Party

Homeschool Twitter Party

On average, students lose approximately 2.6 months of grade level equivalency in mathematical computation skills during the summer months. For this reason, Math is the one subject that I make sure we cover year round. Whether you are a homeschool mom that homeschools year round or a mom that simply wants to supplement the summer months with math, we have a fun Twitter party lined up just for you! We will chat about Math … [Read more...]

Help Save A Life This Mother’s Day

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Many of you know how strongly I feel about providing immunizations to children in developing countries.  The cost of protecting a child in an underdeveloped country against the six deadliest, preventable diseases is less than $20, however extreme poverty means that, without massive vaccination programs, these immunizations are out of reach to the general population. Pneumonia, diarrhea, malaria and measles are the primary … [Read more...]

Quick and Easy Pho – Vietnamese Rice Noodle Soup

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Phở Gà (pronounced "Fuh Gah") is a delicate, aromatic Vietnamese noodle soup. This Vietnamese favorite has been around for nearly 100 years and can be found at noodle bars and Asian restaurants in every city across America. Below is my quick and easy Pho recipe that does not skimp on taste.    Pho happens to be my families comfort food of choice. It's our go to soup in the winter but it's definitely a soup for … [Read more...]

Solutions for Picky Eaters and a $1000 Giveaway

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We have been very blessed with boys that will eat just about anything, clean all the veggies off their plates and sometimes ask for more. With the exception of one picky eater, who also happens to be my tiniest little person.My 7 year old Ashton is the same size as his little brother Noah is two years younger than him and he is my picky eater. I don't think his pickiness has a whole lot to do with the fact that he is so … [Read more...]

Unglued Book & Devotional Prize Pack Giveaway

We have ALL been there, we have all come "unglued" at one point or another. {Sometimes daily} Mothering is a difficult job, throw in homeschooling and its a whole new ball game...right? In reality, this homeschooling journey is simply "parenting". However, mothering is not at all easy and it takes a great deal of patience, sacrifice and more patience. I struggle to keep my emotions in check, my flesh would have me … [Read more...]

Teaching Children the Bible – There’s an App for That!

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As a homeschool family, our first priority is to disciple our children. Teaching our children Biblical guidelines gives our children a foundation on which to base principles, beliefs and morals into adulthood. Just as we nurture our children's physical and mental development, spiritual growth is just as important if not more so. What does the bible say about teaching children? Train up a child in the way he should … [Read more...]

Grandparents Day Outing with Net10 Wireless

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Last Sunday we had the pleasure of taking Troys parents out for a wonderful Grandparents Day dinner. We try to make it a priority to spend time with parents and grandparents, where else can our children glean wisdom, learn about family traditions and hear family stories like only grandparents can tell. Especially coming from an ethnic {Latino / Creole} family, it is so important that our children know of their heritage … [Read more...]

Move over Olympic athletes, make way for moms – An interview with Ondina Lopez


I know you have seen them, the heart warming commercials you can't get through without tearing up. The P&G  "Thank you, Mom" campaign is a beautiful testament to mothers who have helped their children through the grueling daily grind toward becoming an Olympic athlete. Mother's sacrifice, encourage, inspire and teach their children be the very best they can be. I recently had the honor to participate in an … [Read more...]