From Homeschool to Community College

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I am no stranger to difficult children. In fact, when I look at my children and run the numbers, I am quite convinced that I have a disproportionate number of difficult children. From car seat screamers to non-nappers to projectile-vomiters…I … Continued

21 Jumpstreet Party

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Warning: post includes some really cool ideas and a few Amazon affiliate links. A few months ago I bought the original 21 Jumpstreet series from Amazon and started watching it with our teens. I was happy to see the series … Continued

Simply Prepaid Plan to Save Money

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This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #ChangingPrepaid #CollectiveBias I have written a lot about teens and social media, cell phones and technology over the years. Things have changed a … Continued

Homeschooling and University

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The adventure of homeschooling and university. 17-year-old Judah never set foot in a school until he began community college at age 16. Washington State has a great program, Running Start, that allows high school students to take college classes and … Continued

Guardians of the Galaxy Party

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This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #OwnTheGalaxy #CollectiveBias Things have been a little stressful in our house lately. I’ve needed a break and what better way to get one … Continued

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