Category Archives: Homeschooling

Growing up, I was that kid who always had her nose in a book. Apparently, I begged my mom to teach me to read when I was five years old, but I had to take speech therapy first so I could actually say the sounds correctly. Once I did learn, I couldn’t stop. During my…

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Our day tends to look a bit different than most families. We are all (kids included) night owls and prefer to sleep in come morning rather than getting up at the crack of dawn. Since we’re often out later in the evenings, having flexibility when it comes to bedtime is crucial and still be able…

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In our family, homeschooling runs deep. Both Micah and I were homeschooled; him from the very beginning, and me starting at fifth grade. Both of us had wonderful educational experiences and numerous opportunities that would have been difficult in a public school setting. I volunteered throughout my teen years, starting with the local library’s children’s…

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Last year, when we surprised Mom with a trip up here during her fall break, we also bought a membership to the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center, thinking that it would be a great way for her to experience Alaska’s culture and history in one fell swoop, and so we’d have a place to explore and…

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Hey there, I'm Megan, a Southern girl married to an Eskimo, living in an igloo in Alaska. Okay, so it's not really an igloo, but we have built one for fun! Still, our little home is filled with life and laughter, kids and a dog. And I share those gimpses into our life, the horror stories and the most wonderful adventures, here on my little corner of the internet. I love connecting with fellow moms and sharing our stories with one another. So from me to you, welcome!

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