Smithsonian National Museum of American History

Recently, my family and I decided to check out the Smithsonian Museum of American History one rainy Saturday afternoon, and boy were we in for a treat! Immediately, we were greeted by The Batmobile, and it kept getting better. The museum covers history of food, farming, transportation, government, wars, entertainment and SOOOOOO much more! There […]

Clarksville Princess Festival April 13th

Have a young princess-loving kid? If so, head to the Clarksville Princess Festival on April 13th, 2019 from 9 am to 2 pm. This will be at the Downtown Commons at 215 Legion St. about 30 minutes from Fort Campbell. The Clarksville Princess Festival is a free event made especially for princess-loving kids. This event promotes […]

Debunking the Myths – Part 3

Myth – My child won’t learn as well as he/she would in a traditional school. Reality – As a homeschooling parent, I have found that my children learn MORE when I engage them in things that they are interested in. When children are in a public school setting, its about the entire class, not the individual […]

To busy to read!? Never!

Summertime is a time for being busy and outdoors. Finding time to read can be rather hard to do when you are on the move all day long. But one of the biggest problems in finding the reading time is for kids. When they are active and on the go, it can be hard for them […]