Homeschool Information Overload

Homeschool Information Overload | RaisingArrows.net

A few weeks ago, a friend confided in me that she felt she had lost herself in all the homeschooling information out there, and that because of all that information, she
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Age Gaps and the Homeschooling Dilemma They Create

Many families have age gaps amongst the children in their family.  This tends to create some unique issues.. | RaisingArrows.net

Something has been on my mind a lot lately.  It’s the fact that I sort of “grew up” with my older homeschooled children and am finding it difficult to backtrack
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Holding Another Baby Girl as I Grieve

Holding Another Baby Girl as I Grieve  RaisingArrows.net

It has been seven years. Seven long years since I held a baby girl. Seven short years since my last little girl left this earth. This year, I grieve hard.
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Those Old Posts I’d Rather You Not Read

Those Old Posts I

Because I have been blogging for 9 years, I have a lot of old posts hanging out in the archives of my site.  Every now and then someone finds one of those old
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Why Single-Serve Coffee Makers are Large Family Friendly

Are Single-Serve Coffee Makers worth it for the large family?  I would have said no way...until my in-laws bought us one.  Here

I need to start this post by telling you that for several years my personal opinion of single-serve coffee makers has been that they are frivolous, non-essential kitchen gadgets. I would see
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How Blogging is Changing (and why I think that’s a good thing for you and me!)

The concept of blogging is changing.  Here are my thoughts on what that changes are and how they will affect readers and bloggers. | RaisingArrows.net

It took me about 10 minutes to create this graphic: I did that so you could easily pin it on Pinterest.  It’s not what is considered the “perfect” dimensions for
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