Every Thursday fifteen bloggers host the Hearts for Home Blog Hop. The blog hop runs from Thursday through Wednesday, so please be sure to stop back by and share your family friendly posts throughout the week!
As wives and moms, our hearts are to be focused on our homes and we all can use inspiration and encouragement from time to time! So, please share your posts on topics such as; faith, homemaking, marriage, homeschooling, crafts, DIY projects, recipes, parenting and anything else that can be an encouragement to someone!
Each week all hosts feature the most visited post and a few of their favorites as well!
Please keep in mind that this is a Christian, family friendly blog hop. The host reserves the right to remove posts that are deemed inappropriate or offensive.
We are blessed to have such a wonderful team of co-hosts sharing the Hearts for Home Blog Hop! Be sure to check out their blogs, you’re sure to find inspiration and encouragement!
Introducing the Hearts for Home Blog Hop Hosts:
Misty at Year Round Homeschooling
Misty is the founder of Year Round Homeschooling. Her mission is to provide quality content, products and support for year round homeschooling. Whether you’re a veteran year round homeschooler or homeschoolers researching year round homeschooling, YRH is designed to provide content, support and products for all homeschool families. You can find her on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and G+.
Annette at In All You Do
Annette has been married to her husband and best friend for 12+ years. Together they are raising their four children to follow the Lord’s will, no matter what. Annette longs for the day when she will meet her 8 angel babies who have entered heaven before her. She enjoys creating FREE PRINTABLES for homeschool families and she gets her scrapbooking fix in by making Subway Art for herself and her readers. You can follow her crazy life at In All You Do where she blogs about homeschooling, gluten- and grain-free recipes (when she cooks), homemaking, the occasional DIY projects and maintaining her sanity. You can also keep up with her via Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest.
Stephanie at The Multi Taskin Mom
A work-at-home self-taught graphic artist with a passion for homeschooling. She and her husband Scott, have homeschooled their children since day one. Along with graphic arts and homeschooling, Stephanie also does some virtual assistant work and creates printable packs for homeschoolers. You can find Stephanie blogging at The Multi Taskin’ Mom. Some of her recent publications include More Than Words- A Devotional, and monthly Planning Packs for Children. You can also find her on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.
Apron Strings & other things
Linda Sears is a stay-at-home wife, homeschooling mom and doting grandmother. She and her husband have 8 children, a daughter-in-law, 2 sons-in-law and 7 grandchildren, so far. They have been homeschooling for more than 20 years, graduating 4 of their 8 children, with 4 more to go – Wahoo! Half way there! You’ll find her at Apron Strings & other things where she shares tidbits, tales, tricks and tips while living life in various stages of cutting those apron strings. You can also find her on FaceBook, Pinterest, and Google+
Anne Campbell is the mother to three boys (in every sense of the word!). A former classroom teacher, she has been homeschooling for twelve years with the support of her husband of 27 years. When the Campbells are not in their schoolroom, they are outside soaking up God’s beautiful creation and looking for new critters to bring home. When Anne isn’t busy with her job as an editor and columnist for Home Educating Family Association, you can find her at Learning Table and on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, Bloglovin, and Instagram.
Monsters Ed Homeschooling Academy & Getting Me Back
Jolene is a homeschooling blogger who hails from Johannesburg, South Africa. She is a wife and mom of 4 children aged 14, 9, 7 and 4. The three younger children are homeschooled while the oldest lives with his father and is in the public school system. Her family are all avid readers and love spending time together at the soccer fields, and air rifle range, reading and watching movies. You can find her at Monsters Ed Homeschooling Academy, Getting Me Back, Happiness is (recipe blog), Monsters Ed on Facebook, Getting me Back on Facebook, Google+, Twitter and Pinterest.
A Nest in the Rocks
Amy, resident scribe at A Nest in the Rocks, is married to a wonderful man who smiles away at her wacky ideas and classroom messes. Enjoyed by her Big Helper and her Little Man, who love to get down and dirty during school time and playtime, they can usually be found building away, while Amy frantically photographs and writes about each experience. You can find their Nest and read about their family adventures at A Nest in the Rocks.
Sara is wife to Dave, her high school sweetheart, and blessed mom of three girls. She began blogging at Embracing Destiny in 2008 to share encouragement for those on the homeschool journey. Her favorite topics include free and frugal homeschooling, learning with living books, and raising daughters in the Christian faith. She is also the owner/editor of The Homeschool Post. You can find her on Pinterest, Twitter, and Facebook.
A Peace of Mind
Jennifer is…a homeschool mother. Homeschooling means so much to me and is truly an extension of our life together. ….a mother of four wonderful, sweet and very busy, very loud children. I am a born again believer, baptized in the precious name of Jesus Christ, and filled with His Holy Spirit. You can find Jennifer writing at A Peace of Mind, and she is also on Facebook, Twitter, G+ and Pinterest.
Tara is a mother of three – 22, 17, and 12 – living in Southern Ohio. She is the owner of Homeschool Preschool where she blogs about all things preschool. You can find encouragement, tips and ideas, and printables for the preschool crowd. You can connect with her on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. You can also find her writing content for older homeschoolers at Embark on the Journey.
Home to 4 Kiddos
Lisa Boyle and her husband, Mike (a letter-carrier and recently retired Army soldier), live in suburban Philadelphia with their four children, whom their homeschool. Lisa’s background is in Education and she taught in both public and private schools before having her children. She is an adjunct instructor for a local college. She was also a school administrator for 2 years. Her interests include blogging, reading, travel, homechooling, making all kinds of crafts, taking photos and being an active member of their church. Lisa blogs at Home to 4 Kiddos. It celebrates their homeschool life, including posts about education, reviews, recipes, faith and more.
Latest posts by Sara (see all)
- 7 Creative Ways to Use Sticky Notes in Your Homeschool - April 27, 2017
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- Homeschool DIY - April 20, 2017