Christina Morrow

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Hi! My name is Christina and I am a SAHM of four amazing kids. We homeschool and although it can be hectic, we love every bit of it! I never saw myself as a homeschool kind of mom, maybe a PTA mom but not homeschool. Then five years ago when life gave us lemons we made lemonade. My kids are my world, they are ages 9,7,4 and 1. So needless to say I always have my hands full. My four year old is on the autism spectrum but that doesn’t put a stop to his amazing little self. In our house we believe everyone is amazing just the way they were made.
From Firsts to Lasts

From Firsts to Lasts

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We are on an almost robotic setting with some things in life, not because we don't care about those things, but because we are just so used to them that we don't think about...
Be Authentically You

Be Authentically You

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Anxiety. It means something different to everyone. Everyone experiences it in a different way and at different levels. My journey with anxiety has been long and for the most part a source of shame...
Autism Isn't a Bad Word

Autism Isn’t a Bad Word

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Why is being different seen as a bad thing? Sometimes the differences in people are the most beautiful things about them. Our world would be so different if we were all alike, so why...
2020: Something To Be Thankful For?

2020: Something To Be Thankful For?

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I know what you are thinking: if 2020 could be summed up in two words, they'd be "Dumpster Fire." 2020 has not been very kind to us. We started the year out strong with...
How I Survived My First Year of Homeschool

How I Survived My First Year of Homeschool

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I cannot believe this year marks our fifth year of homeschool. Looking back at the first year of homeschool, I wish I knew then what I know now. Don’t get me wrong; I have...
DIY Furniture Revamping Project

DIY Furniture Revamping Project

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With the uncertainty surrounding recent months, I have found myself home much more than I am used to. At first, I didn’t know how to fill up all the extra time. You see, even...