Preschool Resources for 2-3 Year Olds

Hey friends! I’m so excited to share with y’all this collection of homeschool preschool resources for 2-3 year olds! Once LG hit 2.5 years old, I decided to ease into a super relaxed homeschool preschool routine. In this post you’ll find lots of the resources we enjoyed! There are so many fun, hands-on activities that…

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Stepping Stones

Well, I did it again. Sorry for leaving y’all hanging for nearly a month but let’s just be real. Packing up a house with a toddler while your husband is going through training for a new job isn’t the easiest thing in the world. But. WE DID IT! We survived packing and our (first) move,…

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Leaps of Faith – Part 2

“We aren’t in our current situation because we have created this path for ourselves. We’re here because God has repeatedly opened doors, giving us opportunities to trust and obey Him. These open doors sometimes seem scary or uncomfortable, but have led to a deeper trust in Him each time. I know that this is preparing…

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Money Savers Part 10: Vehicles

Well, I saved this one for last on purpose. This money-saver was the hardest for me to get on board with, and it was the last option on our list. However, I don’t regret it a single bit. One-Car Family Yep. You read that correctly. For a while now we have technically been a one-car…

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Money Savers Part 3: Healthcare Alternatives

When I went into the teaching world, I never imagined I’d be worried about paying for health insurance. In my mind, of course it would be affordable for someone who chose to spend 8+ hours a day educating other peoples’ {germie} kiddos. Clearly I was mistaken. Fortunately, it wasn’t insanely expensive if my husband and…

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