Category Archives: Spoonie Parenting

5 Ways to Connect with Your Children as a Spoonie Parent

It is hard to connect with your children when you can’t play ball or take them shopping. Between the ages of 2-12 children can be most physically demanding. What’s a girl to do when you can’t get out of bed? … Continue reading

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How to Handle Chores on an Empty Spoon Count

Chores on an empty spoon count can be daunting. As a spoonie, running a household is hard. We have a system in place with a chore chart and schedule because I love forms. It looks good on paper and seems … Continue reading

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7 Tricks for Making Life Stress-Free as a Spoonie Mother Hen

Being a mother hen is hard work. Being a mother spoonie hen is even harder. I became a spoonie when my baby chicks were born. My pullets are now 16 and 12, but when they were baby chicks was the … Continue reading

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Homeschooling? Me?

  My girls have been begging (literally on their hands and knees begging) me to homeschool them for the last year, maybe two. At first I said, “You’re crazy!” I told all my friends, “I could never homeschool, I need … Continue reading

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How Do You Survive the Chaos of Life?

The past few months have been difficult, at best. Satan has really used the little things to wear me down. The stresses of daily life have taken their toll and I have found myself needing more rest than usual to … Continue reading

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