Homeschool Planet – The Perfect Paperless Organization for Homeschooling Moms

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Looking for the perfect online homeschool planner for your busy family? Take a peep at Homeschool Planet.

In January, everyone’s thoughts turn to planning, cleaning, and organizing all of the aspects of your life. Homeschooling moms aren’t immune to this desire to have everything all neat and tidy. It’s just a challenge at times, with so many irons in the fire. This year, I wanted to be a bit more organized with […]

King Cake Cupcakes – Perfect for Epiphany or Mardi Gras!

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king cake cupcakes

Around here, my kids love celebrating Catholic feast days, because it usually means a special meal or dessert. They’ve been asking me for weeks when we planned to bake our King Cake Cupcakes — these are a favorite treat for Epiphany or Mardi Gras celebrations. King Cake Cupcake Recipe Don’t miss this light and fluffy […]

Catholic Saints Books for January

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Catholic saints books

Ready to celebrate the Holy Days and feast days coming up in January? This list of books, arranged in calendar order, will help you to be prepared to live the liturgical year at home with your family! The Solemnity of the Blessed Virgin Mary – January 1st Before you stay out too late on New […]

Mary Coloring Pages for Catholic Kids

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Mary coloring pages Catholic printables

We’re wrapping up 2015 here and looking ahead to 2016! We’re still in Christmas time here, celebrating and feasting. The first day of the year is a Holy Day of Obligation, as we celebrate the Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God. We’ll be heading to Mass this evening as a family, before we head off […]

Books, Activities and Crafts to Celebrate the Epiphany

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celebrating epiphany

As we continue to celebrate the Christmas season, the Epiphany approaches. Sometimes lost or overlooked in the hustle and bustle, this feast marks the end of the Christmas season and moves us back into Ordinary Time. We celebrate the Visit of the Magi to the Christ Child. My children and I talk about the Three […]

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Making Family Dinners Around the Holidays Easy & Fun

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Making Holiday Dinners

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #FamilyPizzaCombo #CollectiveBias During the holidays, dinnertime can be a little stressful, especially for a mom of many. It seems like this time of year, there’s always something going on or somewhere we need to be. One night, it […]

Diaper Bag Essentials for the Minimalist Mom

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Diaper Bag Essentials #myhuggiesbaby

I sat down to count it all up, and I’ve been packing diaper bags for almost 21 years. (boy, that makes me sound ANCIENT!) Over the years, my diaper bag essentials list has ebbed and flowed, depending on how many little ones we had in diapers. Packing for one small fry is easy, but when […]

Mexican Wedding Cookies

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mexican wedding cakes with powdered sugar

When we study some of our list of Catholic saints, we enjoy hands on activities and crafts. As we celebrate the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe in a few weeks, we’ll be enjoying one of our favorite Christmas cookies during our Mexican dinner. You may know these as Pecan Wedding Cakes or Snowballs, but […]

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