💟February News; what’s not to love?💟

Hello, friend! Thanks for dropping by. We’ve got a LOT OF LOVE on the blog for February, and just a little bit of hate (gulp!) as you will see in the last post we share today. As always, our hope is that everyone who takes a peek in our homeschool or homestead will leave with a little encouragement or inspiration in their pocket. Openly sharing ideas, failures, and triumphs is how we grow. And we’ve got a mix of all of the above. After all, we’re all in this parenthood school together —expelliarmus!

Enjoy! And please share the love by pinning or posting! 🙂


Vintage Valentines (print and paint)!

I created these printable vintage valentines to be as fun, easy, pretty, and parent-friendly as humanly possible. I’m so happy with how they turned out and hope you and your kids have as much fun with them as we have. Enjoy!

get the free pdf link here

33 Reasons Why We LOVE Homeschooling!

Not only do we homeschool parents experience all the same struggles of parenthood—losing our patience, losing our tempers, losing our keys, losing our minds— we may even DISLIKE homeschooling sometimes. But at the same time, we aren’t lying when we say that we LOVE to homeschool.

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14 Acts of Love for the Homeschool Family

If your Homeschooling journey could use a little (or a lot of) love, take heart! It’s not all roses and sunshine for any of us! Not even on Valentine’s Day.

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Vegan Valentine Chocolate Cake

“I think careful cooking is love, don’t you? The loveliest thing you can cook for someone who’s close to you is about as nice a Valentine as you can give.” -Julia Child

What could be better on a freezing February day than staying cozied up in the house baking a chocolate cake with the kiddos for Valentine’s weekend?

get our recipe here

Valentine Vibes for Kids (and kids at heart)!

From our family to yours, here’s a fun Valentine Playlist to do the twist with a little sweetheart or two!

7 Questions Homeschool Kids HATE!

This list of questions probably won’t win too many points with any kid, regardless of where and how he is “schooled.” However, these questions can be particularly uncomfortable or possibly even offensive to homeschool kids. Take my word for it. After all, I was one . . . way back in the 90’s. You know, back when homeschooling was super weird. Our kids need to develop thick skin and not sweat the small stuff. That being said, if you have a homeschool child in your life who you desire to have a close relationship with, I highly suggest avoiding the following questions.

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Thanks so much for reading, friends. Stay tuned for more love heading your way this month from our little homeschool and homestead!

Love, ~Our Holistic Homeschool~

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