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Blog Walk-About Part Deux

Sometimes, one must become lost to be found. -Author Unknown

Today, we continue our journey through blog world.  It is amazing how many wonderful moms and families are sharing their hearts and making a difference in the lives of so many, one blog at a time.  Enjoy these new sites today. 

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Wife and mother of 4 'little ones' who enjoys homeschooling, cloth diapers, baby wearing, cuddles, a good worship song...and hanging out with her family.

Little Farm Mama and her adventures in teaching her little "stair steps" at home.

A wife and mother whose life experiences with God are likened to being on a taffy pull; pulling and stretching, making her more pliable, making her in the child He wants her to be.

A small town mom of two incredible boys; living on a family farm; following Jesus; homeschooling her children; who makes her own bread and loves the beach!

Child and servant of god, beloved wife and homeschool mom to two boys and a baby girl.  This is her homeschooling journey and how the Lord is teaching her in this season of motherhood.

"4 kids, 1 husband, 2 rotten dogs, endless laundry and not enough coffee...you know the drill. C'mon in. :)"

A military wife and veteran homeschool mom of 6 who lives on a 15 acre hobby farm.  She and her husband have successfully graduated one child with 5 more to go.

A child of God pursuing life as He planned; wife to a Navy man and mom to 5 daughters who fill her heart with joy each and every day.

Katey, married to the love of her life and the Principal of their 4 children, blogs about their homeschool journey, geocaching adventures, running and more.

Ramblings about their homeschool journey with three daughters and life in general.


If you want children to keep their feet on the ground, put some responsibility on their shoulders. -Abigail Van Buren


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