Kris at Classical education had a great line when she answered my question on what she wished she knew then.... I wish that I had not done the "curriculum dance" as much as I have ... the whole post is worth reading.
Patricia shares some thoughts on dual enrollment and things she would have done differently during her sons' high school years. A voice of experience is always helpful.
The energetic Stacy Harp of Mind & Media also blogs for the Persecuted Church. If you aren't familiar with Voice of the Martyr's or this blog check them out and make sure you subscribe to their newsletter. We've been reading it for years.
Catez continues her look at the doctrine of original sin and what Michael Pearl teaches.
Solo Feminity and Girl Talk are two blogs I've just recently discovered. They've been talking about courtship and dating. They are excellent for young women who desire to honor God. Check them out.
As for me, I am working on two posts one on children and Sunday morning (with a wink to LoneStarMama who has been waiting patiently) and also our courtship story (because I want my children to have a record of it.) So stay tuned.
Sparrow shares a powerful testimony of her struggle to raise her adoptive son. She sums up her struggle and frustration with this observation.....
What I discovered the hard way is that God's Word is SUFFICIENT. It is also LIVING and ACTIVE; a claim no Tripp or Dobson or Pearl or Ezzo can make. Everything we need to raise our children before the Lord is contained in His Word; every request brought before Him in prayer is met with His love and wisdom, which He pours out in abundance. (Heb 4:12, Js 1:5)Well said! So even though there is lots to read in the blogosphere make sure you take the time to read God's Word.
All men are like grass, and all their glory is like the flowers of the field; the grass withers and the flowers fall, but the word of the Lord stands forever -1 Peter 1:24