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When the Keeper of the Home is Tired of Being at Home

When the Keeper of the Home is Tired of Being at Home

“To be discreet, chaste, keepers at home,Have you grown tired and weary of the day to day responsibilities of being a homemaker? good, obedient to their own husbands, that the word of God be not blasphemed.” Titus 2:5

Throughout my teenage years and right into college I loved the idea of being a stay at home wife. Some may find it offensive or degrading that a woman should be home and taking care of the home but I love it. I have always found that calling to be such a high calling and a responsibility that I took so seriously. 

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Math Facts Card Game

Math Facts Card Game

I stayed up late last night making flash cardsmath-facts…really late. I made all the subtraction and addition flash cards I will need for a while. I used colorful index cards (something I suggest all you moms do, even if your kids aren’t homeschooled!) This morning I knew William would be so excited to know that there were some new, more challenging math facts in the stack. 

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ABC Memory Verses

ABC Memory Verses

I remember my Kindergarten year so well. I rabc-memory-verse-page-014emember so many details about the classroom and the little desk with scented markers for when we were really well behaved. I remember how the halls smelled like vanilla pudding all the time (I wonder if they still do? and how my teacher was not much taller than me at the time. I remember making a big giraffe with my class and I got to color in the spots. I remember making a hand print hanging and painting it gold. My mom still has that in her kitchen. Another thing I remember so specifically is memorizing the Bible verses in alphabetical order.

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