Life of a family with special needs kiddos has its highs and lows.
We are the Garrison’s, a Christian, homeschooling family of special health needs. Jon and I have been together for 23 years and have been blessed with four wonderful boys. Josh is our oldest and is 16, Joey is 13, Jameson is 7, and the baby is Jackson, who is 2. We also have a fur …
Part one of our story on mental illness is the importance of fighting for your children.
Understanding the importance of fine motor skills and the difference between gross and fine motor will help with your child’s independence and being able to write.
When the overwhelming feelings of things being a burden amp up, it is usually a time when we need to turn to God and recheck our situation.
An honest review on why our family is loving Flip Flop Spanish and yours will too!!
Nine questions to ask when choosing a homeschooling curriculum.
While bad things are going to happen, God is always there. Right there helping to guide and push you into being the better person, that is growing into who he hopes for you to be. The one that is able to fulfill the purpose he created you for.
We need to stop living in the myth that trials are a curse, in the myth that when things look dark, God is nowhere to be seen, and in the myth, our stories are not worth much.
And start right now! Living in the truth that trials are an opportunity, God is always there and he provides us the light in our darkness, and that our stories are our greatest offerings!!
Summer is a fun time to experiment with your kids. Try this fun idea on a hot summer day. Solar S’mores!
Ask these questions before purchasing your homeschool curriculum.