Worry is Like a Car Alarm: Homeschooling Worriers

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Worry is Like a Car Alarm: Homeschooling Worriers

Let’s face it: Who can focus on math with a mind full of worries? In this episode, Cait and Kara discuss what it is like to homeschool little worriers.

Are you parenting a World-Class Worrier? Do you have a child who asks BIG questions in the middle of the night? Are you homeschooling a child who struggles with fears? Please know that you are not alone. Your sisters are in the trenches with you and in this episode, they share tips, tricks, and resources to try with your little worriers. Continue reading

When a LOVE of reading unfolds slowly

When a love of reading unfolds slowly

Written by Kara Anderson 

I took a picture.

Not one to share, not even one on my phone or camera because lately that doesn’t always go over so well. (Growing up and all that.)

But I took a little mental picture and deposited it in my brain bank.

Because it was good and special and important. Continue reading

I Want a Milkshake: When Dad Works A Lot

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The Homeschool Sisters Podcast #3:

I Want a Milkshake: When Dad Works a Lot

In this episode of The Homeschool Sisters Podcast, Cait and Kara discuss what it is like when dad works or travels a lot.

It can be stressful to be the only adult on duty, 24/7. Bedtime becomes more challenging, washing machines break, and the last thing you want to think about is dinner.

Cait and Kara have been there, too, and they have some survival strategies to help you through it. From games to fantastic audiobooks to dinner picnics, we’ve got you covered! Continue reading

Mothering A Worrier

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Mothering a Worrier What Your Little Worrier Needs to Know

Written by Caitlin Fitzpatrick Curley of My Little Poppies

Something happens this time of year. Somewhere between the sandy toes and the watermelon slices, the worry creeps in.

Usually after dark.

Summer is supposed to be an endless string of leisurely days filled with swimming and catching fireflies and eating popsicles and reading your weight in delicious books. Continue reading