Stop Worrying About My Child's Socialization

Stop Worrying About My Child’s Socialization; Worry About Your Own

So what brought you here? Is it the title, did it offend you? Did you read it, throw your hands up and exclaim “finally, someone said it!” Well, whatever side you are on, I hope you continue reading to better understand my blunt expression. “Oh, you homeschool? Well, don’t forget to socialized your child.” As Read More

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Healthy Snacking For The Busy Moments-Go and Grow Similac Pouches and Toddler Drink

Help For The Busy Mom  As a mom, I try hard to make sure my children are eating a good variety of fruits and vegetables. I am very blessed that both my children are in love with pretty much every fruit and vegetable I feed them. During the week in the morning, my daughter attends Read More

Making it

Making It The Best Summer

Summertime Boredom As a child care provider I was very accustomed to children saying “I’m bored” or “There’s nothing to do”. In all actuality there are several available activities for children to do in the summer that do not solely revolve around television or video games. I know it sounds strange right? Parents, think back Read More

Wild Edibles

Feast on Fiddleheads

I have lived in the same town for 21 years now; and for as long as I can remember people in this area have always had a love for fiddleheads. To be quite honest for a long time, I really had no idea what a fiddlehead was exactly. I grew up with the usual meal Read More

Turkey Hunt

Turkey Hunting-Spring 2017

The First Game Hunt of the Year It has been a long, cold winter here in Maine; but the snow has melted away and SPRING HAS ARRIVED. Well on the calendar at least, the temperatures are still cool and the days dreary. It has been four months since the opportunity to hunt wild game and Read More

Meat Rabbits o the Homestead

Meat Rabbits On The Homestead

“You have meat rabbits on your homestead, are they really that beneficial?” This is a question we get asked frequently when we mention we raise rabbits for meat. For many people, they see rabbits solely as a pet; as a fluffy ball of fur to pet and snuggle. This is something you are going to Read More

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My Beginners Guide to Cast Iron Cooking

So what’s the intrigue with cast iron cookware? How about it’s non-stick properties and its durability. How about the facet that it can be passed down generations, if treated properly it gets better with age, and can stand the test of time. Many people are blessed with cast iron cookware that is a century old. Read More

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The Kitchen Clean-Out (When Life Is Messy Series)

Okay so I told you I was going to try and make the When Life Is Messy a series of post and here is the second post. I took some time away from intense blogging to focus on my kitchen (well to be honest I have been trying to do other rooms too) and giving it a complete Read More