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"The Sugar Baron’s Ring" by Lorri Dudley -- Book Review, Blog Tour, and Giveaway

"The Sugar Baron’s Ring" by Lorri Dudley -- Book Review, Blog Tour, and Giveaway

About the Book Book:  The Sugar Baron’s Ring Author: Lorri Dudley Genre: Christian Historical Romance Release Date: June 23, 2020 A ring is her only tie to a distant homeland, until a marooned Englishman anchors her heart. Hannah Rose Barrington is the island misfit. Orphaned at a young age, Hannah struggles to provide for her future, while her guardian, a weak-hearted island drunk, bleeds Hannah of her father’s inheritance. Caught between the classes of elite planters and white beggars, Hannah yearns to find a place to belong. University life has never been Bradlee Granville’s forte. His only hope to graduate is to impress his...

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Camelot Jr Puzzle Game Review

Camelot Jr Puzzle Game Review

Your kids can only learn so much through worksheets. When it comes to logic and spatial reasoning skills, we often learn through life experience. However, how can we teach our kids these important skills at home?  We are a big fan of gameschooling, and Camelot Jr is one of our favorite puzzle games to keep in our homeschool arsenal. It looks deceptively simple with only 8 wooden blocks, but when you try and beat the challenge, you quickly realize that less is more. Overview of Camelot Jr Camelot Jr is a unique puzzle game that will allow your kids to...

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Celebrating Independence

Celebrating Independence

Independence Day this year has a very thick cloud of uncertainty around it.  Plans are different.  Fears in some groups are at an all time high.  A lot of life just doesn't feel right.  Even celebrating our country feels suspect because of all the ugliness that has been brought to the forefront of our minds.  There's public shaming of every opinion out there and complete chaos in some areas.  There's such a pull for life to go back to 'normal' but then also the awareness that normal isn't always great to begin with, depending on what you are talking about.  I...

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American Academy of Pediatrics Recommends Children Return To School

American Academy of Pediatrics Recommends Children Return To School

What will school look like in the fall? Will we go back? Will we be online? Will it be a hybrid? Will it be safe? What should we do? All questions we mamas are asking, and the American Academy of Pediatrics has weighed in saying they believe that children should go back to school in the fall. If you have a school-aged child (and you’re not already homeschooling), it’s probably the question that is plaguing you the most in all of the COVID-19 concessions–what will school look like in the fall, and should my child go back (if that’s even...

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How to Camp the Homeschool Way

How to Camp the Homeschool Way

Are you looking to getaway? Want to just unplug, relax, and get back to nature? However, you are worried about falling behind in your homeschool! Right? Now is the perfect time to plan an educational vacation. Camping is not only affordable but bursting with learning opportunities. Leave the books and gadgets behind, so you can learn how to camp the homeschool way. Learning on a Hike What is camping without a hike? Hiking is great exercise for your body and your mind. It brings you close to the learning and gives you the chance to explore the great outdoors. So,...

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