Don’t Wet Your Plants- The Sisters Are Back with Homeschool Traditions {Episode 75}

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Don’t wet Your Plants- The Sisters Are back with homeschool traditions {Episode 75}

The sisters are back! And in the first episode of Season 7, they’re sharing back-to-school and last-day-of-homeschool traditions. Plus, how do you celebrate when you are a learning all the time family?

Cait + Kara also catch everyone up on their summers, plants and more!

This episode is sponsored by BookShark, Native, and ModCloth.

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You chose to homeschool so you can have the family life you imagine—full of good books, interesting discussions, laughter, and inside jokes. You want a flexible lifestyle that lets you sleep to a reasonable hour, sneak in some me-time, and still have energy to get the kids to their clubs, rehearsals, and co-ops.

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2 thoughts on “Don’t Wet Your Plants- The Sisters Are Back with Homeschool Traditions {Episode 75}

  1. Nicola says:

    Happy to have you in my earbuds again. I look forward to another episode with Kate Snow. Kara, as a listener with bigger kids, I would love to hear more about what you are doing or not doing with and for your son, how you are feeling about it, etc. (I nodded along to that part!) I know it gets trickier to share as our kids get bigger, but it is so helpful and important too. Not enough bloggers and podcasters do! <3 Cheers! Nicola

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