Finding Beautiful Here
Summary: Hi! We're Kendra and David and we're so glad you're here! We are second generation homeschoolers raising our 4 kids with music, books, and grace. Lots of grace. Join us on our quest in finding beautiful right where you are.
Join us for an incredible interview with Jennifer Pepito of ThePeacefulPress.com! Jennifer talks to us about the Joy to be found in homeschooling, dealing with difficulties, faith and parenting, and homeschooling from Preschool through High School. Lots of gold in this one! May you be encouraged! Show Notes: Hold On to Your Kids: Why Parents Need to Matter More Than Peers by Gordon Neufeld How to Stop the Pain by Dr. James B. Richards Loving the Little Years by Rachel Jankovic The Ology: Ancient Truths, Ever New by Marty Machowski and Andy McGuire Connect with Jennifer: https://www.thepeacefulpreschool.com www.instagram.com/jenniferpepito Connect with us: https://www.instagram.com/findingbeautifulhere *Giveaway details can be found on our instagram! Ends March 11, 2018 at midnight.
In this episode we discuss where our name Finding Beautiful Here came from and gratitude in the mundane. We introduce our new segment, "Nerding Out" in which we discuss a fabulous TED talk on creativity and how we can keep it alive in our kids! Lots of laughs in this one and of course there's singing. Enjoy! Episode Notes: Here’s our new kitchen light! https://www.worldmarket.com/product/large-capiz-lotus-pendant-shade.do TED talk by Sir Ken Robinson, Do Schools Kill Creativity? https://www.ted.com/talks/ken_robinson_says_schools_kill_creativity#t-94651 Be sure to subscribe so you don't miss a thing! We're so excited about what's coming up! Like what you hear? Leave us a review and comment on Apple Podcasts! @findingbeautifulhere firstname.lastname@example.org Theme song & transition music by Looperman R01D
In this week's episode we theorize that the children have hollow legs and Kendra shares a simple meal planning tip that served her well during a stressful time. David gets deep while discussing homeschooling as an expression of holiness, and we learn why Kendra would rather homeschool in the 21st century and avoid typhoid fever. (Full disclosure: At the time of the recording Kendra's voice was still pretty rocky and we apologize for her crazy laugh) "The Life Giving Home" by Sally Clarkson "The Mission of Motherhood" by Sally Clarkson (this is an excellent read to explore more on the topic of being Jesus to our children) Like what you hear? Help us spread the word by subscribing and leaving us a review and comment on Apple Podcasts! @findingbeautifulhere email@example.com Theme song & transition music from Looperman R01D
In this episode we chat about how to get a reluctant spouse on board the homeschool express, we share some ideas to help with #datenights, and we discuss the importance of a consistent yet adaptable routine to feeling successful in your homeschooling journey! If you want to try out DateBox, use this referral link for $10 off your first box! http://datebox.me/hL9bB Like what you hear? Help us spread the word by subscribing and leaving us a review on Apple Podcasts! @findingbeautifulhere firstname.lastname@example.org Theme song and transition music by Looperman R01D
In this episode we discuss what to do with all that curriculum you never touched last semester and how to approach the New Year. Get the inside scoop on Kendra and David's television thrills (...and chills?) And meet the newest member of our family. (We're like the Jetson's!!!) All this plus a surprise appearance by everyone's favorite Wookie. Like what you hear? Help us spread the word by subscribing and leaving us a review on Apple Podcast! @findingbeautifulhere email@example.com Theme song and transition music by Looperman R01D
Welcome to the debut episode of Finding Beautiful Here Podcast! In this episode you'll hear from David and his experience being homeschooled as a child (multiple recesses, anyone?). Kendra shares her favorite December read-alouds (hint: it's not Bunnicula), and David surprises us with his vocal range in an impromptu theme song show down. "The Velveteen Rabbit" by Margery Williams "A Little House Christmas; Holiday Stories from the Little House Books" by Laura Ingalls Wilder @findingbeautifulhere firstname.lastname@example.org Theme song and transition music by Looperman R01D