Put Me in Coach – An Interview with Mary Aldrich!

I had the privilege of being introduced to Mary Aldrich at a homeschool convention this past summer. When I heard about Mary’s coaching business, I knew I wanted to hear more. I figured if this was something I was interested in learning about, there was a good chance that you all would want to get to know Mary, as well. In this episode, Mary shares her journey of homeschooling seven children (at one point she had sever under the age of ten- OH MY) and how desperation caused her to seek help for her family. Listen now! #podcast #moms #coaching #homeschoolI had the privilege of being introduced to Mary Aldrich at a homeschool convention this past summer. When I heard about Mary’s coaching business, I knew I wanted to hear more. I figured if this was something I was interested in learning about, there was a good chance that you all would want to get to know Mary, as well. In this episode, Mary shares her journey of homeschooling seven children (at one point she had sever under the age of ten- OH MY) and how desperation caused her to seek help for her family. It was refreshing to hear Mary’s vulnerability and honesty in raising so many littles at one time. I promise that most, if not all, of you will be able to relate to Mary’s story.

Mary Aldrich is an energetic mom of seven amazing children and wife to the love of her life, Brandon. Together, they are committed to helping others love God, love others and enjoy the process of both.

Mary’s passion is to help families who are longing for real joy, deeper relationships, and less overwhelm in their everyday life through coaching people through their conflicts. She is a laser focused, loving encourager for you, if you are ready to find joy, abundance, freedom and peace in your life. She is the founder of Relationship Renovations and an inspirational speaker and retreat leader.

Aside from relationship coaching, homeschooling, and church ministry, Mary enjoys a variety of hobbies including reading, swimming, healthy living, essential oils, and learning alongside her high school sons.

Find her on Facebook at Mary Aldrich, Mary Aldrich Coaching, and “Organizing and Encouraging Parents.”

(taken from maryaldrichcoaching.com)

Say YES and have a great week!!!

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Also, to thank you for listening, you can receive a 10% discount on any purchase at

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I had the privilege of being introduced to Mary Aldrich at a homeschool convention this past summer. When I heard about Mary’s coaching business, I knew I wanted to hear more. I figured if this was something I was interested in learning about, there was a good chance that you all would want to get to know Mary, as well. In this episode, Mary shares her journey of homeschooling seven children (at one point she had sever under the age of ten- OH MY) and how desperation caused her to seek help for her family. Listen now! #podcast #moms #coaching #homeschool

 

Turning the Big 50!

Turning the Big 50 - with the Real Kathy LeeIt sure seems like yesterday that my friend Donna and I were running around on this Gulf Coast Beach in South Mississippi. In reality, it was more than 30 years ago. So thankful that Donna and I are still friends today, even though neither of us live in Mississippi anymore. The really cool thing is this childhood friend of mine lives only about twenty minutes away these days. 

On today’s show, I thought it might be fun for me to share some thoughts I have on turning 50. I hope some of this will help you on your journey to 50. Happy Birthday to Me!!! Here’s to the next 50!!!

  1. It goes by FAST… all of it!
  2. Don’t waste time on things that don’t matter.
  3. Relationships, it is definitely quality over quantity.
  4. Follow your dreams.
  5. Laugh more, worry less.
  6. Eff em. Who cares what “they” think. Be true to yourself. Find the rhythm for your family, your life.
  7. Youg can’t get the time back.
  8. Know Better, Do Better.
  9. Be slow to speak, quick to listen.
  10. Don’t stop learning and lead with LOVE.

Although I have shed a few tears as this big birthday gets closer, I really do know that age is just a number! I pray that the Lord would grant me many more years to live, to love, and to learn. I am going to get working on that book and chase those dreams of mine. What are you going to do?

Thanks for listening. If you have topics you would like for me to discuss or people you would like to hear from, let me know. Just email me at kathy@thehomegrownpreschooler.com or shoot me a message on social media.
Don’t forget to subscribe to my podcast and leave a review on iTunes!!! Also, to thank you for listening, you can receive a 10% discount on any purchase at The Homegrown Preschooler by using the code, THEREALKATHYLEE.

 

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Keeping Your Calm This School Year

Keeping Your Calm This School Year - Tips for Surviving Back to School with The Real Kathy Lee - Listen Now! #podcast #moms #homeschool

As this school year approaches, I thought I would share some of my plans to have a calm year! This year I have one 7th grader, one 9th grader, two high school seniors, one in Estethecian School and one junior in college. Whew, that is a lot. I will be honest, the first couple of weeks I find myself struggling to get us all on the same page. Between school, jobs, sports, etc… keeping this house running smoothly is a challenge.

 

Here are some of my tips for surviving back to school 2018:

  1. Create Dream Posters.
  2. Create a Healthy Meal Plan.
  3. Follow Through on Healthy Meal Plan.
  4. Plan a family night to make dream posters. You will need poster board, markers, magazine, and glue. Invite your children to create a dream poster and display them in your home.
  5. Have a Dream Poster Date Night with your partner/spouse.
  6. SLEEP… get sleep. Make sure everyone in the home is getting enough sleep.
  7. Organize your space and remember less is better. Don’t forget to create a cozy corner for reading books/getting away.
  8. Take time to watch and listen. What are your kids talking about, playing with, dreaming of? What pushes their buttons, brings them joy, challenges them?
  9. Create a realistic routine that you can live with. Encourage children to stick with routine.
  10. Be Flexible – If something isn’t working, don’t be afraid to change it.

Say YES and have a great week!!! Don’t forget that The Homegrown Preschooler’s biggest sale of the year is going on until Labor Day, save $35 off any order of $150 or more.

Thanks for listening. If you have topics you would like for me to discuss or people you would like to hear from, let me know. Just email me at kathy@thehomegrownpreschooler.com or shoot me a message on social media.
Don’t forget to subscribe to my podcast and leave a review on iTunes!!! Also, to thank you for listening, you can receive a 10% discount on any purchase at The Homegrown Preschooler by using the code, THEREALKATHYLEE.

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Thank you to The Homegrown Preschooler for sponsoring this Podcast! Check out the blog post Kathy mentioned, Farmhouse Schoolhouse, to read more about A Year of Playing Skillfully.

Also, to thank you for listening, you can receive a 10% discount on any purchase at

The Homegrown Preschooler by using the code, THEREALKATHYLEE.

 

A Weekend at Kathy’s – Part 2

On this episode of The Real Kathy Lee, the questions continue, and I rant a bit about subjects close to my heart.As I approached 50 (my birthday is September 10th), I started thinking about the legacy I was leaving behind. As a young college student, I was discipled by several amazing women… Susan Felker, Betsy Stark, Donna George, and Debbie Mabry. These women poured into me in a variety of ways. Some met with me over yogurt, others invited me into their homes. I watched these women be wives and mothers from the front row. They impacted me. I felt led to do invite young moms into my home for the weekend. I wanted to give them a front row view into my imperfect life. I wanted to be raw and vulnerable with them; to show them that God uses hot messes like me to parent, to partner, and to love. We had a lovely weekend together. On this episode, the questions continue, and I rant a bit about subjects close to my heart. I am still learning on this journey. I don’t have much figured out. I do know that love is powerful and that we need other people in our lives. I pray you have people in your life that encourage you on the low days and celebrate with you on the high ones. We need each other.

On this episode, the questions continue, and I rant a bit about subjects close to my heart.

Thank you so much to all the husbands and other family members who supported their women, so this weekend could happen. Beautiful friendships were formed, laughter, rest, massages, foot baths, and lots of food filled their bellies. Thank you to my precious friend, Christy Montes who gave up her weekend to be here. Thank you to her husband Bob and her girls for helping serve and clean and to Maddie for making some yummy desserts. Thank you to Stacey for providing amazing massages for the women. A special thank you to the Lee kids who gave up their space for the weekend and to my amazing partner in all things, Geoff. YOU were the real Rockstar of the weekend. YOU were an amazing chef, cleaning crew, and storyteller. Pretty sure all the women want our next trip to be in New Zealand.

Wow, it was a great weekend.

 

 

Say YES and have a great week!!!

Thanks for listening. If you have topics you would like for me to discuss or people you would like to hear from, let me know. Just email me at kathy@thehomegrownpreschooler.com or shoot me a message on social media.

Don’t forget to subscribe to my podcast and leave a review on iTunes!!! Also, to thank you for listening, you can receive a 10% discount on any purchase at The Homegrown Preschooler by using the code, THEREALKATHYLEE.

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Thank you to The Homegrown Preschooler for sponsoring this Podcast! Check out the blog post Kathy mentioned, Farmhouse Schoolhouse, to read more about A Year of Playing Skillfully.

Also, to thank you for listening, you can receive a 10% discount on any purchase at

The Homegrown Preschooler by using the code, THEREALKATHYLEE.

 

 

Why I Miss Having Little Ones (and you will too)

Why I Will Miss Having Littles - and why you will too! From The Real Kathy Lee - Enjoy these early days! Click to read more on the blog.As I was enjoying my leisurely stroll through Sprouts, I found myself staring at this momma and her little girl. It seemed I kept running into them at every aisle. I couldn’t help but overhear their delightful conversation. I wanted to hear her little voice as she described the gummies she wanted. I wanted to ask her questions about the cereal characters she was admiring. I wanted to compliment her sparkly red shoes.  Suddenly, I found myself very jealous.

A few weeks later, I did it again. I started watching a mom push her two little ones around the store. This time I started talking to them. Making silly faces. Encouraging them as they “drove” their buggy. Quickly, I told the mom that I had ten kids, so she wouldn’t be worried that I might be trying to take one of hers. What was happening to me? Seriously, I was becoming obsessed with small children.

It continued. While retrieving my membership card at the gym, I noticed a pair of toddler tennis shoes sitting on the counter. I picked them up, imagining the little boy that had left them behind. He was probably so engaged in play that he ran out the door, without even a thought of those silly shoes. His mom probably became frantic when she realized that he had left them, but was too exhausted to make the haul back to retrieve them. I big smile came over my face as I thought back to the time my kids wore such tiny shoes.

A few days later, it hit me. I realized what was happening. My youngest was nine. I was done with the infant stage, the terrible twos and the preschool years. I no longer had little ones in my home and I MISSED it. You heard me. I missed it. I know, I know… you are reading this and thinking; GIRL if I could just have one day without my little ones. I was there, too. However, now I miss it (and you will too)!

A few days later, it hit me. I realized what was happening. I was done with the infant stage, the terrible twos and the preschool years. I no longer had little ones in my home and I MISSED it. You heard me. I missed it. I know, I know… you are reading this and thinking; GIRL if I could just have one day without my little ones. I was there, too. However, now I miss it (and you will too)!

 

  1. I missed singing them lullabies.
  2. I missed the nighttime snuggles.
  3. I missed the aha moments.
  4. I missed them wearing mermaid dresses with their cowgirl boots.
  5. I missed all of the “firsts”!
  6. I missed their voice.
  7. I missed the way they mispronounce their words like marote and thinger.
  8. I missed their imaginative stories.
  9. I missed their struggle towards independence.
  10. I missed the wonder in everything.

In the blink of an eye, they go from begging you to read Goodnight Moon for the hundredth time to borrowing your car, so they can go watch the moon with their girlfriend. I know it is hard to fathom. I know your days are long and you can grow weary. Take a deep breath, enjoy it…savor it. Every exhausting moment will be missed.

 


The REAL Kathy Lee is an honest podcast for REAL moms.  Kathy H. Lee Eggers shares the most important thing she has learned – grace is a beautiful thing.    The Real Kathy Lee is about getting REAL – talk about real life… real motherhood. Topics will include helicopter parenting, how to really connect with your children, how to find your joy in motherhood, why every mom needs an “all by herself” vacation, how to refrain from jumping in the car and just driving away, and why saying YES is the most powerful response to a young child’s requests.   Grab a cup of coffee (or other preferred beverage) and get ready to laugh, maybe cry, and hopefully be incredibly encouraged on this beautiful journey of motherhood.

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A Weekend at Kathy’s – Part 1

Women from all over the country took a leap of faith by joining me, The Real Kathy Lee, in my home for an entire weekend. We decided to record a podcast for you! Click to Listen!It happened, it really happened!!! Women from all over the country took a leap of faith by joining me in my home for an entire weekend. Nope, they didn’t know each other. Some of them had never even met me in person. They were all so very different and yet shared a beautiful bond of motherhood and desiring what is best for their families.

We decided to record a podcast for you. Everyone was given a notecard and asked to write down some questions for me to answer. As I have said many times before, I don’t pretend to know all the answers, but I do have some experience and an opinion. Ha! We talked about making time for each child, how to connect with your spouse, what happens when you lose it, and so much more. I hope you enjoy listening to our crazy for the night.

Thank you so much to all the husbands and other family members who supported their women, so this weekend could happen. Beautiful friendships were formed, laughter, rest, massages, foot baths, and lots of food filled their bellies. Thank you to my precious friend, Christy Montes who gave up her weekend to be here. Thank you to her husband Bob and her girls for helping serve and clean and to Maddie for making some yummy desserts. Thank you to Stacey for providing amazing massages for the women. A special thank you to the Lee kids who gave up their space for the weekend and to my amazing partner in all things, Geoff. YOU were the real Rockstar of the weekend. YOU were an amazing chef, cleaning crew, and storyteller. Pretty sure all the women want our next trip to be in New Zealand.

Wow, it was a great weekend.

Say YES and have a great week!!!

 

Thanks for listening. If you have topics you would like for me to discuss or people you would like to hear from, let me know. Just email me at kathy@thehomegrownpreschooler.com or shoot me a message on social media.

Women from all over the country took a leap of faith by joining me, The Real Kathy Lee, in my home for an entire weekend. We decided to record a podcast for you! Click to Listen!

Don’t forget to subscribe to my podcast and leave a review on iTunes!!! Also, to thank you for listening, you can receive a 10% discount on any purchase at The Homegrown Preschooler by using the code, THEREALKATHYLEE.

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Thank you to The Homegrown Preschooler for sponsoring this Podcast! Check out the blog post Kathy mentioned, Farmhouse Schoolhouse, to read more about A Year of Playing Skillfully.

Also, to thank you for listening, you can receive a 10% discount on any purchase at

The Homegrown Preschooler by using the code, THEREALKATHYLEE.

 

Debt, Tattoos, and Sex… Oh My! (a heart to heart with Christy and Kailee Montes)

Debt, Tattoos, and Sex… Oh My! (a heart to heart with Christy and Kailee Montes)Let me start off by saying that I don’t think I have all the answers about life. I know I say that all the time, but I want you to hear my heart on this one. Life is a journey, it is tough, it is full of twists and turns you don’t expect. I have messed up so much on this journey and I am so very grateful for grace. Without it, I wouldn’t be here. God is full of grace. If you have messed up, you are not alone. God uses messed up people. Jesus hung out with messed up people. We are called to live out our faith by loving as Jesus loved; by modeling kindness and gentleness.

Christy and Kailee pulling off an adorable selfie.

When Kailee Montes messaged me on FB and asked me to read the this blog post, I did just that. She asked me if I would record my reaction on a podcast. I thought it would be better if she came over and recorded a podcast with me. As a twenty-two-year-old homeschool graduate, she has experienced the pressures of today and had a lot to say about this blog post. I hope you will take a listen and let us know your thoughts. Our goal is not to bash the lady who wrote it, but to speak out on behalf of the girls and women who may be full of shame and guilt and encourage them on this journey of life.

Kailee studying theatre and opera in Germany this summer.

Say YES and have a great week!!!

Kailee with my John Michael several years ago.

Thanks for listening. If you have topics you would like for me to discuss or people you would like to hear from, let me know. Just email me at kathy@thehomegrownpreschooler.com or shoot me a message on social media.

Thank you to The Homegrown Preschooler for sponsoring this Podcast! Check out the blog post Kathy mentioned, Farmhouse Schoolhouse, to read more about A Year of Playing Skillfully.

Also, to thank you for listening, you can receive a 10% discount on any purchase at

The Homegrown Preschooler by using the code, THEREALKATHYLEE.

Debt, Taboo, and Sex ... oh My! Tune in as Kathy Lee talks with a special guest!

Genuine Hospitality

As many of you know, I am getting ready to host some lovely women in my home next weekend. It is my goal that these ladies will feel at home from the moment they drive up. A recent FB post in our THGP- Playing Skillfully in Action group, got me thinking about genuine hospitality. What makes a good hostess? I thought I would share some of the things I do to make our home a welcoming place to others.

Genuine Hospitality - Click to Read the Things I do to make our home a welcoming place to others.

  1. Know your guests. Do they have any food/environmental allergies? Do they feel anxious about traveling? Do they have trouble climbing stairs?
  2. Prepare the space (fresh sheets, water by the bed, flowers, travel size toiletries).
  3. Have snacks easily accessible. Most people don’t feel comfortable asking for a snack

    **Funny story about my snack basket pictured above. Recently, a friend’s son asked his mom why I was so mean. When asked for an explanation, he said only a mean mom would make their kids pay for snacks. I guess he didn’t get my joke. ☺

  4. Have a fan/diffuser in the room.
  5. If your guests are staying in a kid’s room, make sure the bed/nightstand is cleared of the stuff that can collect in those places (stuffed animals, treasures, etc.).
  6. Most importantly, have a welcoming attitude. You can have all the right things and have guests not feel comfortable or you can have a house that is a wreck, an empty fridge, and have guests that can’t wait to come back. So much of genuine hospitality is the attitude of the hostess.

I think this post sums it up! Thanks, Erica for allowing me to share!

Can I say an encouraging word about hospitality here?
I’m not sure if this would be considered an inappropriate post, as it is not really curriculum related so feel free to delete.

But I just really wanted to share a recent experience I had because, lets be honest here, we’re all moms and I think we all struggle with thinking our homes/ourselves are not “good enough” at times. Especially when we have preschoolers and are trying to “say yes” more!

My husband’s father remarried a woman from Mexico. This weekend we spent time at her brother and sister in laws house. The house was small, crowded and cluttered. Don’t get me wrong, it was clean, but nothing like what most of us would consider nice, or ready to entertain. There was nothing fancy about the food, just rice and beans in mismatched pots on the stove, random plates of veggies on the very crowded table (which was in the small kitchen with mismatched chairs all around), a grill full of food and mismatched plates and silverware that everyone had to search the cupboards for. The host herself spoke broken English and was slightly awkward and very shy. She didn’t serve us and didn’t bustle around making sure everything was perfect while we were there. She just sat and ate and tried her best to understand what we were saying and quietly washed dishes afterwards.

But I say all this to say, I have never felt so at ease, so welcome, so like family in a strange place. All of my mother in laws family from Mexico has a way of just treating you like family. They don’t prepare the house (other than bringing out all the chairs from every room). They don’t cook anything special. They don’t even set out plates or forks usually! But they are genuinely glad you are there, warm and friendly, and truly see everyone they invite into their home as family and welcome.

I wanted to share this because I often want to reach out but don’t feel my home (or my own social skills!) are good enough. I worry about my kids attitudes and messes. But maybe, we try too hard, and treat guests too different to make them feel at home. Maybe if we could just leave out the kids toys and let them be themselves (and let ourselves be ourselves!), and just welcome guests in as family, our homes would feel even more hospitable!

Who can you invite over this week? 

Say YES and have a great week!!!

Thanks for listening. If you have topics you would like for me to discuss or people you would like to hear from, let me know. Just email me at kathy@thehomegrownpreschooler.com or shoot me a message on social media.

Don’t forget to subscribe to my podcast and leave a review on iTunes!!! Also, to thank you for listening, you can receive a 10% discount on any purchase at The Homegrown Preschooler by using the code, THEREALKATHYLEE.

 

Thank you to The Homegrown Preschooler for sponsoring this Podcast! Check out the blog post Kathy mentioned, Farmhouse Schoolhouse, to read more about A Year of Playing Skillfully.

Also, to thank you for listening, you can receive a 10% discount on any purchase at

The Homegrown Preschooler by using the code, THEREALKATHYLEE.

Loving Children Who Have Experienced Trauma

Loving Children Who Have Experienced Trauma with The Real Kathy LeeWhat is trauma?

trau·ma
ˈtroumə,ˈtrômə/
noun

1.
a deeply distressing or disturbing experience.

What causes trauma in young children?

  • Past or Present Abuse
  • Stress in the home
  • Divorce
  • Death of Pet
  • Death of Family Member/Friend
  • Unhealthy environment
  • Adding a new family member.
  • Move
  • Witnessing something horrible, scary, or stressful. This can be a real life event or witnessed via media.

You don’t need to know what caused the trauma in order to help.
Behavior is Communication
GET CURIOUS…What is their behavior saying to you?

  • Withdrawn
  • Anxious
  • Misbehavior
  • Angry
  • Fearful
  • Powerless
  • Exhausted

THIS ISN’T ABOUT YOU
If it is a big deal to them, it is a big deal. Try to stay unemotional during  the most emotional times.

Children from hard places need to know they are safe, loved and Accepted, no matter what.
Essentials of TIC (Trauma Informed Classroom)
Connect – Focus on Relationships
Protect – Promote Safety and Trustworthiness
Respect – Engage in Choice and Collaboration
Redirect (Teach and Reinforce) – Encourage SkillBuilding and Competence
Hummer, V., Crosland, K., Dollard, N., 2009

10 ways to help…

1. Have a Routine.
2. Choose Your Words Carefully.
3. Provide a space for one.
4. Give permission to feel.
5. Honor their feelings.
6. Be available.
7. Be flexible.
8. Educate others.
9. Don’t expect to have all the answers (Ask them).
10. Create opportunities in the classroom for the child to experience success.

Make a plan…
What do you need to be prepared?

Who do you need to talk to?

Any unresolved trauma in your own background?

What needs to change in you OR your environment?

Mr. Rogers and Me

A Closer Look at Mr. Rogers and his legacy with the Real Kathy Lee.If you know me, you know I love Mr. Rogers. As I was researching the history of Fred Rogers and his TV show, I realized that his show started about the same time my mom found out that she was expecting me. I guess you could say that I have been in Mr. Rogers Neighborhood from the very beginning.

 

Mr. Rogers had an impact on an entire generation. Once I took a closer look at what made this man a legacy, I knew I had to share my findings with you.

  1. LOVE was the root of Mr. Rogers work with children.

 

“Deep within us – no matter who we are- there lives a feeling of wanting to be lovable, of wanting to be the kind of person that others like to be with. And the greatest thing we can do is to let people know that they are loved and capable of loving”

– Fred Rogers

 

  1. Mr. Rogers understood children.

  • He studied child development and the brain research behind his field.
  • He was willing to go out of the box to reach a child.
  • The child determined the approach.

 

  1. Mr. Rogers Knew Learning Involved Feelings.

What Do You Do with the Mad You Feel?

 

What do you do with the mad that you feel

When you feel so mad you could bite?

When the whole wide world seems oh, so wrong…

And nothing you do seems very right?

 

What do you do? Do you punch a bag?

Do you pound some clay or some dough?

Do you round up friends for a game of tag?

Or see how fast you go?

It’s great to be able to stop

When you’ve planned a thing that’s wrong,

And be able to do something else instead

And think this song:

 

I can stop when I want to

Can stop when I wish.

I can stop, stop, stop any time.

And what a good feeling to feel like this

And know that the feeling is really mine.

Know that there’s something deep inside

That helps us become what we can.

For a girl can be someday a woman

And a boy can be someday a man.

What Do You Do with the Mad that You Feel?

By Fred M. Rogers

© 1968

 

  1. Mr. Rogers chose his words carefully when talking to children. He understood that the way we talk to a child becomes their inner voice.

5.  Mr. Rogers made EVERY child feel Special.

6.  Mr. Rogers valued the WORK of PLAY.

 

  1. Mr. Rogers Remembered.

 

 

Thanks to my dear friend, Keri for always sharing great photos of her little ones!!

 

Also, if you haven’t checked out our new summer curriculum at The Homegrown Preschooler, it is not too late. That and our hand drawn journal are now on sale for a great bundle price!

 

 

Say YES and have a great week!!!

Thanks for listening. If you have topics you would like for me to discuss or people you would like to hear from, let me know. Just email me at kathy@thehomegrownpreschooler.com or shoot me a message on social media.

Don’t forget to subscribe to my podcast and leave a review on iTunes!!! Also, to thank you for listening, you can receive a 10% discount on any purchase at The Homegrown Preschooler by using the code, THEREALKATHYLEE.

 

Thank you to The Homegrown Preschooler for sponsoring this Podcast! Check out the blog post Kathy mentioned, Farmhouse Schoolhouse, to read more about A Year of Playing Skillfully.

Also, to thank you for listening, you can receive a 10% discount on any purchase at

The Homegrown Preschooler by using the code, THEREALKATHYLEE.