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Category Archives: Homeschool and Parenting

Free Printable Laundry Checklist For Kids… and Husbands too!

Printable Laundry Checklist

I have a husband, four kids, and three cats. That makes nine living beings in our household. This boils down to a lot of laundry. It’s time to teach our oldest children the way Mommy washes clothes. Actually, my husband could use a little help in this area too. Hahaha ;-) This morning I took a […]

“He is Upsetting Some of the Customers” – Goodwill and My Crying Child

Goodwill and My Crying Child

Kids cry. Some kids throw a temper tantrum. I know it, you know it, it’s a fact of life. My kids are probably a bit louder than most kids. I say this because I know my kids are hyper, independent, stubborn, and mischievous little monkeys. They don’t have a mild bone in their bodies, and […]

5 Things We Love And Hate About Mexico Public Schools

5 Things We Love And Hate About Mexico Public Schools

There are good things about Mexico public schools and there are bad things about Mexico public schools. We put Sawyer, our five-year-old, in the third grade of pre-primary school last August. (This is equivalent to Kindergarten in the US.) We took Sawyer out six months later and decided to homeschool him. Six months of schooling […]

Mountains of Madness – An “Everything You Need To Know” Board Game Review

Mountains of Madness - An Everything You Need To Know Board Game Review

Welcome to Mountains of Madness – An “Everything You Need To Know” Board Game Review. My name is Tina and I love board games. I happily force my family to participate in family game night and on a regular basis I entice my husband with whispers of sweet nothings to play board games with me. […]

Journey to The Center of The Earth Board Game – Everything You Need To Know

Journey to The Center of The Earth Board Game - Family Game Night

Journey to The Center of The Earth, the board game, is such a fun game for family game night! We played it with two people and with four people and it is entertaining both ways. Last time we played the game we tried to include our nine-year-old son. He didn’t last long but I think […]