The Importance of Community: In the Midst of Grief

Editor’s Note: This article was originally shared by Kyrie Zimmerman at a RM: Local Gathering on September 10, 2019 Three. That’s the number of children I’ve held in my heart or in my arms and had to say goodbye to.  The first was my son, taken directly from my womb to heaven.  The next wasContinue reading “The Importance of Community: In the Midst of Grief”

The Importance of the Homeschool Dad – Part 2

Editor’s Note: This month, in honor of Father’s Day, we’re turning over our article spot to a homeschool dad! We hope you enjoy this series and that it sparks some great conversations in your home. Gentlemen! (and ladies!)  This is part deux of The Importance of the Homeschool Dad.  I am humbled that enough ofContinue reading “The Importance of the Homeschool Dad – Part 2”

The Importance of the Homeschool Dad – Part 1

Editor’s Note: This month, in honor of Father’s Day, we’re turning over our article spot to a homeschool dad! We hope you enjoy this series and that it sparks some great conversations in your home. If you are anything like me, it can sometimes seem a little confusing how we, the dads, fit into theContinue reading “The Importance of the Homeschool Dad – Part 1”

Just Loop It

Have you discovered the Loop Schedule? It’s a life-saver, a grace-giver, and an all around family favorite around here. When we’re not sure what to do about chores – loop them. How am I going to fit in all this amazing stuff we want to learn? Oh, I’m going to loop those books, too. AmContinue reading “Just Loop It”

5 Tips for Homeschooling When Your Spouse Works From Home

When my husband started his new job 6 months ago, he went from working outside the home 7am – 5pm, to working from home most days. I was nervous about the transition to having him home a lot more; not because I don’t enjoy his presence (he happens to be my absolute favorite person inContinue reading “5 Tips for Homeschooling When Your Spouse Works From Home”

Physical Distancing for the Extroverted Homeschool Mom

Sharing a cup of coffee and conversation with the people in my life is one of my favorite, life-giving things to do – other than my sacred hour of quiet time I carve out each day. It’s been 20 days since I have been able to connect with friends or family in the way thatContinue reading “Physical Distancing for the Extroverted Homeschool Mom”

Courage, dear heart

A letter from Revival Moms founder, Kyrie Zimmerman, amidst COVID-19 Friend, As a homeschooling family, you may not feel the jolt of suddenly spending most of your days together at home, but chances are your daily rhythms have been altered.  No co-op.  Dad is working from home or has been laid off.  Playgroup + bibleContinue reading “Courage, dear heart”

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