Do you need ideas and inspiration for teaching your daughters homemaking skills? In May, I’ll be sharing 30 posts just for you! I’m excited to share that this 30 Day Series is Sponsored by the Simple Meal Planning Website – Plan to Eat! Be on the lookout for a giveaway from them during the series, too!
And lots more to come!
My Favorite Homemaking Books:
Sandy from Reluctant Entertainer (the Blog), the author of Reluctant Entertainer (the Book) and Balcony Girls will share how to teach daughters about hospitality.
Sarah Mae has a past that would be her present if it weren’t for Jesus; His wild saving grace and gentle leading keep her in awe. She is the wife of Jesse (her rock and super handy-man dude) and the mommy of two lovely daughters and one busy little boy. Her days are spent hanging out with her babes, indulging in dark cherry mochas, homeschooling, admiring beautiful words, dreaming of wild blue skies, and creating the sweet aroma of home. She writes at Like A Warm Cup of Coffee, (in)courage, and Raising Homemakers. Also this: The Relevant Conference. Find her on Twitter @sarahmaewrites.
Amy of RaisingArrows.net is the homeschooling mother of 6 living children and one precious little girl named Emily being held in the Lord’s arms. Her days are filled with giggly girls, rambunctious boys and sticky baby kisses. At night, she writes about it all. Amy is the author of Psalms for the Grieving Heart, a 30 day devotional ebook for those who grieve. It is her deepest desire that out of the overflow of her heart, her mouth should speak…and her fingers type.
Nony is a full-time mom who loves her job but struggles to keep her home out of chaos. She has made huge strides in her own deslobification process, which she documents at A Slob Comes Clean. It’s where she figures out why she is this way, and what she can do to change.
Almost thirty years ago Margie Gray and her husband, Owen, decided to homeschool their children. They have five daughters and one son. Three daughters have gone onto graduate from college. In 1999, Margie’s article ““His burden is Light”” was published in 50 Veteran Homeschoolers Share…Things We Wish We’’d Known. She has self-published several literature based curricula The Prairie Primer, Further Up and Further In, Where the Brook and River Meet, and Anne’s Anthology. They may be found at www.CadronCreek.com
Angie is a homeschool Mom to three elementary-aged children. She writes at her blog, Many Little Blessings, about topics related to faith, family, and household management. Angie has a heart for relationships and community, so she founded (and is a contributing writer and editor at) The Homeschool Classroom and Catholic Mothers Online. Angie also not-so-secretly dreams of being an artist and has an Etsy shop called Just a Tiny Owl (and a design/consulting business – Tiny Owl).
Courtney blogs over at Women Living Well. She has been married to her high school sweet heart for 13 years, home schools her son and daughter and is a graduate of the Moody Bible Institute. Her passion to see “Women Living Well” landed her on the Rachael Ray Show in November, 2009. Since then, she blogs regularly about faith, marriage, parenting, and homemaking. In 2010, she started a second website called GoodMorningGirls. There she encourages women to dig into their Bibles daily through tech accountability groups called “Good Morning Girls.”
Carletta Sanders is a loving wife and mom of 4. Her mission is to share information, ideas and inspiration through her website, Successful Homeschooling. To learn more about Carletta’s adventures in homeschooling, visit her homeschool blog or follow her on Twitter @homeschool101.
Tara spent years smugly believing herself to be in control of her successful life. Not long ago, the Lord upset her cart, humbling Tara with an unexpected pregnancy and a pile of challenges. Thankful that no one is unplanned in the eyes of the Creator, Tara is relishing her time at home, raising Grace and Allison, loving Joe, writing Feels Like Home, designing journals, and encouraging others through Twitter and Facebook .
Mary is the mother to two elementary aged children. She is a recovering public school educator with a degree in music and educational administration. Once her oldest was born all her former dreams and goals seemed irrelevant, and she became a stay at home mom. Her greatest joy now comes from homeschooling Anna (9) and Grant (6) and supervising piano practices and cheering for her son’s baseball team. When she’s not learning with the children she will be found reading a good book, learning to knit, trying new recipes, helping grow her family’s new church, or giving private piano lessons in her home studio. Her new found love is blogging and being a homeschool ambassador in any way she can. She is amazed daily by the wisdom of homeschooling mothers in her community and online. You can find her at Homegrown Learners, or on Twitter and Facebook. She is also a member of The Homeschool Village Review Team.
Lacey Wilcox lives in the Panhandle of Texas with her husband, Kade and sweet baby, Selah, where they manage Panfork Baptist Camp. Lacey writes about adventures in marriage, mommy-hood, and camp life at her blog.
Jennifer is a wife and a homeschool teaching mother of three originally from the big city and now living in small town USA. You can read more from her at Milk & Honey Mommy where she writes incessantly about her accidental love of cooking, shares her take on being green, natural, and crafty, and opens the doors to the head scratching happenings in her house.
Kristie has been married to her fantastic husband for nearly 9 years. Together, they have two delightfully energetic daughters. She is a full-time SAHM and a part-time children’s minister in Minnesota. Kristie records her thoughts on her blog, A Mom By Any Other Name and can be found on Twitter as @mnmommy.
Ann Dunagan from Harvest Ministry
My Daughter, Coco, shares a teen perspective
… and more!