Here’s the corner for Homeschooling Catholic Mommy Blogs. Get your how to’s, motivation, and humorous stories here from Catholic Moms educating their children full-time.
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School of Immaculata: Traditional Catholic homeschooling ninja mommy by day, fearless sleeper by night. I travel from room to room all day long, picking up the clutter while teaching our faith, spelling, grammar, logic and math… all while soup is simmering on the stove. Sounds like I’m amazing, right? Wrong! We all know it’s God’s grace carrying us through day after day. We’ve been homeschooling over 10 years now, struggling, failing, winning… grab a cuppa and join me in this journey as we strive to be God’s little instruments that help our children find their way to their true home in Heaven.
Raising Young Ones: I am a Catholic homeschooling momma raising my 8 Young Ones up in the Faith and preparing them for their True Home in Heaven.
1 – friendship forged through Christ and his Catholic church – many of us have never met in real life, yet many of our friendships are closer than some of them in real life because of our sharing with #2 and #3 over the years….
2 – we are moms of many many many children – we have large families. Thanks to God blessing us and the beauty of openness to life and His perfect plan for our families.
3 – we homeschool our crews. Yes, we’re all part of that CrAzY bunch!!
Mountain of Grace Homeschooling: Monique G. is a Catholic mom of 2 children. She writes about homeschooling, crafts, sewing, and religious education. When not schooling, she enjoys spending time sewing, chasing chickens, and reading books with a cat curled up on her lap.
The Kennedy Adventures: Dianna is the mother of six, sharing stories of her misadventures in homeschooling along with practical tips for living our beautiful Catholic faith.
Totus Tuus Family & Catholic Homeschool: Allison Girone is a Latin Mass lovin’, Catholic homeschooling mother of 4. (Two at Franciscan University of Steubenville). Attendee Vatican Bloggers Meeting in 2011, where her interest in Catholic Social Media intensified.
Between the Linens: My name is Ashley, and I am just a wife, mother, friend, and traveler who is striving for holiness in this crazy world chronicling, and sharing life through my intellectual lens. My blog is a place to find the beauty of experiences, strengths, weaknesses, and identifying those everyday moments of Grace.
Wildflowers and Marbles: Jennifer Mackintosh lives in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in North Alabama. Married for 23 years, she delights in being the mother to 5 children (with a toddler/preschooler, elementary student, middle schooler, high schooler, and one graduate already out in the world). Jennifer has been homeschooling from the beginning and strives to nurture days rich in truth, goodness, and beauty – believing that culture is rebuilt one family at a time – through the natural ways we live our faith and through the ordinary duties at home. She enjoys the many ways that Charlotte Mason’s educational philosophy and methods intersect with Classical principles and these ideas animate their homeschool day. She has been writing on her blog, Wildflowers and Marbles, since 2007, and has also written for several Catholic publications (online and print), online forums, as well as enjoying the opportunity to speak at several homeschooling conferences as well as through podcasts. She enjoys encouraging other moms along the way with her!
Catholic Christian Homeschooling: I’m Nikki and I write about daily life, homeschooling, curriculum choices, or whatever I feel people would like to read in order to help other homeschoolers and share little tidbits about myself and family. I do this because I enjoy connecting with other homeschoolers and like minded people. So now that you know why this blog is here a little about myself: I’m a stay at home mom to two teenagers. I have been married to my husband for over 15 years. Read more at my blog.
Training Happy Hearts: I’m Martianne. If you’re seeking happiness in homeschooling, health, homemaking, marriage, family, faith, finances and more, you are in the right place! We are, too, and love to share about it. So, please, join us for a moment, a mile or more of our journey, sharing your own thoughts, experiences and questions in the comments.