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Pelvic Health: pelvic prolapse, diastasis recti, and other common pelvic floor challenges

In today’s episode we’re going to be talking about issues surrounding female health, particular pelvic floor dysfunction. If you usually listen to the podcast episode with little ones listening in, I just wanted to give a heads up that we will be discussing anatomy and having a frank conversation. So there’s your potential TMI warning. …

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Behind the Scenes: Homeschooling a Houseful of Littles (ages 6, 4, 2, and 8-month-old twins)

What is it really like homeschooling with a houseful of little ones around? How do you homeschool with a toddler? What about homeschooling with a baby (or 2!)? We see the golden images online. We read the blog posts with 3, 5, or 7 quick tips for homeschooling with a baby and toddler underfoot. We …

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Church History for Children (with Simonetta Carr)

Y’all know I feel absolutely passionate about the importance of studying church history as believers. But did you know that church history is important (and accessible) for children as well? Today’s podcast guest, author Simonetta Carr, shares her experience writing church history biographies for both children and adults. What can we learn from these men …

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Convivial Homeschool: Gospel Encouragement for Living and Learning Alongside Your Kids (with Mystie Winckler)

Homeschool mamas are often tired and discouraged. We long to hear an encouraging word. What does true, Gospel-centered encouragement look like? Mystie Winckler joins us today for this bonus Homeschool Conversations episode to discuss what true rest looks like for the homeschool mom, and how to find joy and peace in the midst of our …

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Paideia, Repentance, and Joyful Domesticity as a 2nd-Generation Homeschooler (with Melissa Cummings)

Some of you may already know Melissa Cummings from her work coordinating the Paideia Northwest conference. Perhaps you’ve read her guest post here on HumilityandDoxology.com all about singing the Psalms with our little saints, or you’ve followed her journey learning the Psalms with her own little ones over on Instagram. But whether you know Melissa …

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Ultimate Guide: What Every Child Should Know About the Bible (+ Free Printables)

What should every child know about the Bible? Christian parents want their children to have a good foundation in Biblical literacy. They want their kids to understand basic theology, to hide God’s Word in their hearts, and to be able to quickly find their place in the Scripture. But the Bible is so big…where should …

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Finding God’s Good Gifts in Motherhood (with Laura Booz)

Laura Booz joins me on today’s bonus podcast episode! We chat homeschooling, mom life, and the joy that comes through seeing God at work in the life of our family. Laura shares how God grows our love for Him, for our children, and for the world in the midst of the ordinary and often-challenging seasons …

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Resisting the Homeschool Stereotypes (with Gina Munsey)

This might be the spiciest Homeschool Conversations podcast episode yet! Take a deep breath and dive into this fabulous conversation with Gina Munsey, 2nd-generation homeschooler, 3rd-culture kid, and Bringer-of-the-Truth-Bombs! Our conversation ranged from homeschooling behind the Iron Curtain to the dark underbelly of the homeschool subculture, from asynchronous learners to diversity in the homeschool curriculum, …

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Singing Psalms with Little Saints

So you want to sing Psalms with your children, but you’re not really sure where to start. Or maybe you wonder why singing Psalms with children is even important! Is Psalm singing really something to prioritize in family life? Today my friend Melissa Cummings shares not only her personal experience and love for singing Psalms, …

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WonderFull: Ancient Psalms Ever New (with Marty Machowski)

Even your youngest child may be familiar with familiar passages like Psalm 23. But WonderFull: Ancient Psalms Ever New by Marty Machowki enables young readers, parents, and whole families to explore the Psalms more deeply. Our family already loved other Bible study resources by Marty Machowski, and when I saw his new book about the …

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