Monthly Archives: March 2010


Homeschooling with an Illness

Wow, I was just reading all the answers on the TOS Facebook page about how people homeschool when they are coping with an illness. (You might have to scroll down a bit to see it. That page is pretty active. It’s a question from Amber Berry.) Anyway, I posted about homeschooling and battling fibromyalgia in […]


What I’ve Learned as a Homeschool Parent 7

I’m not sure who learns more in our homeschool: the boys or me. I have been amazed at what I’ve learned from talking to other homeschool moms. I’ve learned about creation science, courtship, and God’s hand in history in ways that I’m not sure that I EVER would have outside of homeschooling. But there’s so […]


This makes me feel like Tigger! 2

Because when I think of it, I just think fun, fun, fun, fun, fun! The Old Schoolhouse had been tossing around the idea of doing a homeschool conference for years, but with staff spread out all over the country, a physical one wasn’t going to happen. But once online conference software started becoming more available, […]