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Byzconsin: Farms, Tractors and Little Boys!

Byzconsin: Farms, Tractors and Little Boys!

Life feels surreal some days here in Wisconsin. Having grown up in Southern California, the life we live now is very different from what we were accustomed to. Seeing my younger children growing up here and knowing this is the only way of life they know is strange to think about. Not that it’s bad at all, it’s just so very […]

Thoughts on Large Families, Saintly Patience, and Being a SAHM

Thoughts on Large Families, Saintly Patience, and Being a SAHM

I was chatting with a lady today who was shocked that I am pregnant with baby number ten (most people are). Our conversation was typical for the way these kind of interactions go: Nice Lady: Wow. Number ten! You must have the patience of a saint! Me: No, not really. Nice Lady: No, really you must. Me: No, honestly I […]

Homeschooling and The Road Not Taken

Homeschooling and The Road Not Taken

Today as part of our Language Arts lesson, I read The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost to three of the kids. They had not heard this poem before and after reading it through to them twice I asked them what they thought the poem was about. Magdalena (11) said, “First, is this guy Christian? Because if he is then I […]

by · January 28, 2016 · 5 comments · Family, Homeschooling
Every Home A Monastery Podcast

Every Home A Monastery Podcast

Catholic Exchange Editor Michael Lichens interviewed me for the CE podcast. We forgot to share it on our blog because last Wednesday I gave birth to our little daughter Serafina! I’ll be posting some pics of the new baby very soon! For now here is the description and link to the podcast for those interested. Every Home a Monastery: An Interview […]

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