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I’ve been making an effort to listen in on my kids more during their independent play times recently. I’ve been truly amazed to hear them interact with each other in all sorts of pretend roles. They’re pirates, or puppies, or a family (and sometimes gender doesn’t dictate who’s the mommy or daddy, too!). I have to say that I’ve loved ‘eavesdropping’ on their creative play.

My husband and I have been watching more and more of these TED talks lately and I’ve found another couple that I wanted to share with you. This TED talk is related to moral values and how we are essentially born with a certain set of values. While I don’t necessarily agree with everything that […]

When I first read this list after discovering Charlotte Mason, I was amazed at the things that a 6 year old could do.  While I know that this list was very specific for the time period it was introduced, it still seems to be a good guide for what I can work towards with my […]

Not many people I know are familiar with Charlotte Mason. Heck, I didn’t even know who she was and I have a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education from Baylor University! Charlotte Mason was an educator in England in the late 1800s and early 1900s. She had a very unique and specific approach to education that […]

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