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Andy and Kendra Fletcher HomeschoolingIRL

Birthday Celebration ~ Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network Featured Show Hosts ~ Andy and Kendra Fletcher HomeschoolingIRL Please share this! We want to honor Andy and Kendra Fletcher HomeschoolingIRL & 2 Years on this network! by Felice Gerwitz ~ Founder of the Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network Do you like to laugh? Do you like to find humor in […]

My Kids Fight

Hate to disappoint you. We are not a perfect, Christian, homeschool family. Well, we do homeschool and we are Christians … but the perfect part? Therein lies the problem. You see many of us have these high hopes that homeschooling will insure that our kids get along – or that at the very least, will […]


It’s party time! I’m so happy you joined us… Guess what? This network is two years old and these amazing podcasters are celebrating our second birthday! Felice Gerwitz Carol Topp Mary Jo Tate Meredith Curtis Hal & Melanie Young Andy & Kendra Fletcher Kimberly Travaglino & Mary Beth Groff Israel and Brook Wayne Melanie Wilson Tara […]

Lists For Back To School

One of the greatest inventions was the idea of keeping track of things with a list, and what better way to celebrate Back to School, than with a series on lists! I’ve tackled organization with the disclaimer that I’m not naturally an organized person. In the series on organization I’ve taken back and overturned the […]

Delight Filled Learning

I’m excited about the Mommy Jammies Night podcast by Marcy Crabtree on “Delight Learning” and will post the link as soon as it is available here – Let me share my story. I had these preconceived notions of what my homeschool would look like. I was afterall a degreed teacher. I had a speciality even. […]

How NOT To Be A Grumpy Homeschool Mom

  It isn’t one thing it is MANY things. I can sum up my day like this…I purchased chocolate covered cashews and chocolate covered almonds. I have been in a bad mood for two days now, count them – one-two. I’m never in a bad mood – not for long anyway. But, this week has […]

Learn About the Government & Elections

        When is the time to learn about the government and the upcoming 2016 elections? Why right now. It’s never too early to gear up – I know you are thinking, “You have GOT to be kidding, me. I’m already dreading the rhetoric.” And, that is the crux of the problem. We […]

Celebrating 50+ Episodes – The Best Homeschool Podcasts

Celebrating the BEST Homeschool Podcasts! Leave a comment to congratulate Kendra and Fletch below! We’ve done lots of celebrating in the past years – we’ve celebrated a network launch, we’ve celebrated a one-year anniversary and now we are celebrating all the shows that have 50 or more podcasts under their belt! These are among the […]

Ways To Save Money On Homeschool Curriculum

While most children are hustling to finish their school year, many homeschool families are already done. Not me, mind you — but many of the people I know, like my own daughter, who is a homeschool mom. Want coupon codes now? – They are here. One of the reasons for the early year-end is because many moms […]

You Are THE Mom

I’m so excited when I reconnect with friendships, even when they are virtual friends that I’ve never met, online. Well – tonight I get to reconnect with a friend, and her name is Joanne Calderwood. She spoke at my online events in the past – and even, way, long ago was a guest speaker for […]

Transitioning from Public School to Homeschool

   Transitioning from Public School to Homeschool Listen to Michelle’s Interview on Vintage Homeschool Moms Our homeschooling journey began three years ago. My oldest daughter was starting fourth grade, my middle daughter was entering kindergarten, and my baby was going to do preschool(ish) stuff. I was not planning to homeschool. No, not me, I enjoyed […]

More Great Ideas for Your Homeschool

My head is crammed full of ideas. More great ideas for your homeschool and mine! I have great ideas about teaching spelling, grammar, science and history. I want to create these ever lasting memories with my kids and then… well, life comes into play. I’m not sure where the time goes each day. The first […]

A Revolution in the Sanctuary

Children in Church? Guest Post By Sandra Allen Lovelace Sandra was a featured guest on Mommy Jammies Night – Where Is God in the Everyday? Worship with a Toddler The room stilled as the congregation paused for silent prayer. That was the moment my toddler reached for her doll and bumped her head. The clunk […]

A Day in the Life of an Editor

By Mandy V. Robinson I am an editor. Everywhere I go I see grammar, spelling, and punctuation mistakes. Some are slight, while others are not so slight. Every time I see a mistake, I think to myself, “This means I will always have a job.” Some gems I’ve found recently: A T-shirt for sale at a […]

Being a Mom

Every wonder what’s it like to be a mom? Probably not – because you already are one. As a homeschooler – by definition – you have a child you school. Or in the case of a lady I met recently, a niece and nephew she homeschools. Being a mom is something that comes naturally for […]

Super Bowl In Your Life

Super Bowl: The super bowl evokes all types of emotions – for me it symbolizes the day I fell in love. I never was a big football fan, I know *gasp* right? But, when Mr. Right asked me to spend the evening watching the game of course I said, yes! We talked, we laughed, we […]

Do Moms Need A Night Out?

Long, long ago when I was a young, whippersnapper, homeschool mom – I learned about this great thing called, “Mom’s Night Out”, and I was soooo excited! Wow, really? One night out with my friends? You mean I could talk to an adult, uninterrupted? No one asking for something to drink, or a diaper that […]

Frugal Days of Christmas

How fun! I’m participating in a a 25 Frugal Days of Christmas and hope you will enjoy some of these other blog posts!   Are you seeking a meaningful Christmas season that doesn’t break the bank? If so, look no further! The 25 Frugal Days of Christmas are here! Join us as 25 top bloggers […]

Yummy Dipped Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls

I love chocolate and find that these chocolate butter and peanut butter candies are perfect when the cravings hit. I make them tiny so as not to overdo the indulgence and they are so rich a little bit goes a long way. I love the Ghiradelli brand for chocolate or another favorite from Costco is […]

Candy Cane Cookie Recipe

  This cookie takes a bit more work but it is worth the efforts. If you don’t like using food dye this recipe is not for you, or you can make it without the dye. They are yummy and my original recipe called for crushed peppermint candy. Only the little kids enjoyed the crunch. The […]

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