Posts Tagged ‘intentional parenting’

Seven Truths about Homeschooling

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You’ve probably heard about homeschooling recently from a friend or read a blog post somewhere. Your heart races and tell your husband that you want to teach your child at home. Before you jump in, let me give share with you seven truths about homeschooling. Truth #1. Homeschooling is not for everybody. When I first […] Read more…

Is My Child In-love With Me?

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When parents first lay their eyes on their newborn baby, they immediately fall in love with them. They cuddle this tiny person in their arms. The baby scent draws them closer to plant tiny kisses on their faces. Those soft fingers and toes and button noses are too cute to nibble on. Soon, the baby scent fades and […] Read more…

Blinders Off

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Parents find themselves saying this often, “We only want the best for our child/children.” I too have uttered these words countless times especially when people ask me why I homeschool. The decision to homeschool was made  years back because my husband and I believed that it was and still is the best for our kids. God has […] Read more…

Kids Feel Loved When We Speak in their Love Language

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Gary Chapman’s  “The Five Love Languages”  has helped me understand how I want to be loved and how I can show love to my husband. In his book, he says that there are five love languages people speak, whether it be giving or receiving love. These  are Words of Affirmation, Quality Time, Gifts, Acts of Service and […] Read more…

Homeschooling Spells P.P.L.A.N.

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When Peewee and I decided to teach Coby at home in 2008, we were not that aware of the responsibility we have put upon our shoulders. First of all, the decision was not made on impulse. I researched about it, attended orientations, talked to other homeschooling families and prayed to make the right decision and God […] Read more…

Handy Hubby

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When I met my hubby years ago, I was glad to know that he was Mr. Fix-It!  Aside from repairing and fixing things around the house, he can also fix cars. No, he is not a mechanical engineer. He just loves cars ever since he was a young boy. I remember my mother-in-law telling me […] Read more…

Old and New

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Our school year just started this week. Prior to enrollment, my husband and I were “mapping out” where our homeschooling area would be. Since our apartment now is bigger than our previous one, I feel more excited to teach the kids. I follow other homeschooling mom bloggers and got ideas from their own homeschooling set […] Read more…

Taming the Tongue

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The greatest influence our children would have is us, their parents. We taught them how to talk and guided them as they started to walk. It’s funny when I see kids walk and talk like their parents. It’s like looking at mini versions of Mom and Dad. Not only do we pass on physical traits […] Read more…