Welcome to Preschoolers and Peace, a site I started after giving a little workshop on how to homeschool older kids with younger kids underfoot. This is the only way I've ever homeschooled, and so I've learned a lot of neat tricks along the way.
My husband is a funny, happy, interesting guy who makes his living as a dentist. We've been married for 24 years and have 8 children. We didn't set out to have 8, but we are so glad we had each one!
Our eight kids are 23, 21, and 18-year-old men (all grads and in college or working), then 16, 14, and 12-year-old girls, and a two-man caboose of 9 and 8-year-old boys. Organized, aren't we?
I write a lot about finding my identity, acceptance, purpose, value, significance, and security in God through Jesus alone by grace through faith in Him, and I'm hoping you find that freedom, too.
GOOD STUFF TO KNOW
-Want to know why we began homeschooling our oldest child? Read Preschool at Home Changed My Life
-If you're interested in having me speak to your group, you can find my speaking schedule on my personal website.
OTHER PLACES WHERE I WRITE, PODCAST, AND HANG OUT
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