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What I've read


I started my very first bullet journal in June, 2017, and this is where I keep everything now. I really love this journal, it goes everywhere with me and helps in so many ways. I have my prayer liturgy in there, my calendars, my daily chore list, and my book list. It's so nice to see exactly what I've read!


Living Classical Education


On December 16, I was 14 weeks pregnant and at the hospital having a miscarriage. I was (still am) devastated. This story is about how Christ saved me after my miscarriage through my own classical education.

Reading List 2017


I got a little excited reading some other people's reading lists, and decided I might should make my own. I've never done one, so I'm not even sure how I'll feel about it. I usually just read the next thing that comes along, but some books I need to read get pushed to the back burner because of more exciting reads (right now it's On the Edge of the Dark Sea of Darkness).

Till We Have Faces ~ A Book Review


I went to the library the other day with just the two big kids. I had a few minutes to pick out a book for myself, even though I've got a pile of books I'm already trying to read. But I wanted something that would keep me up at night, you know what I mean?

The Curricula of 2016-2017


So far we love everything we are using. It's such a relief!

We've got 2 and a half students this year. Esmond is sort of a student, and sort of still a toddler. Noemi is still very much a toddler. So that'll be fun, of course. Esmond pretty much already knows everything he thinks he needs to know anyway. (Yes, he's going to be a fun student.) His work will be just learning to love being educated this year, which involves stories, books, and bribes. (If you say this memory work, you'll get a star!)

A Medieval Book List


Our new co-op, the Classical Village Academy, will be using Cycle 2 of the Classical Conversations Foundations Guide this coming year. I love this cycle. What's not to love? Middle Ages, Renaissance, princesses, kings, and dragons. (Well, maybe not so much historically, but fun nonetheless.)


Mercy Watson ~ A Book Review



Teaching to Read, Write, & Spell


Myths vs. Saints ~ A Reading List


10 Toddler Books that are Fun to Read!


Summer Plans


The Doxology ~ A Hymn Study

A Book Review ~ Percy Jackson & the Olympians


A Book Review ~ From Homer to Harry Potter


Language ~ My Method