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Site Rules


Be kind.


There are plenty of places on the web where you can find trolls and hateful exchanges, let's not make this one of those places.  We won't shy away from difficult topics, just be courteous and pretend you are talking respectfully with your grandmother.


No spamming or advertising. 


Feel free to share how relevant products or services have helped you in our forums.  However, if you are interested in advertising or partnering for mutual benefit, please contact us.


Admin decisions are final.

We will try to impartially judge any controversial issues.  And you are welcome to privately correspond with us as to any questions on a matter we've had to handle, but the ultimate decision making remains with the administrator. 


  • What are the restrictions on posting?
    Like the site rules list, be kind and no advertising. No topics are off limits, but understand some may invoke strong feelings in others. Your reaction to anything you read is your responsibility to handle, after all anything can be a trigger. Nevertheless, don't be intentionally harsh and uncaring when posting. Tone is often hard to read in posts and comments, just be as courteous as if you were respectfully talking with your grandmother. And give others the benefit of the doubt when replying.
  • How do I add a new question or post?
    To add a new post to the forum follow these steps: 1. Click “Create New Post” button 2. From your site’s dashboard you can add, edit and manage all your questions and answers 3. Each question and answer should be added to a category 4. Save and publish.
  • Why did you decide to homeschool?
    This is a question for a much longer post, but the short answer was that we started due to the local school system being an unsafe option. Later on after moving to an area with better schools we had found that we enjoyed it, so we continued.
  • What is your goal with this blog?
    Our goals are two fold. One, we desire to share our journey to encourage and relate to others. Two, we hope to create a community of like minded people in order to have support in this unconventional life.
  • Are you Catholic or Morman? Why did you have so many children?
    No, we are Primitive Baptist. Nothing in our religion causes us to have more kids than the average family. Some Primitive Baptist families are small and others are large. Gary and I as the oldest of four just liked growing up in a large family and wanted a large family of our own. With 6 children earth side, we have been blessed with just that.
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