Heritage History: Young Readers Curriculum

I love history. I didn’t like history much as a kid. As a mom, I love it. That’s probably partly because I’m older, but it’s also partially because of the great history resources that have helped make history come alive for me! My journey to loving history began when I found The Mystery of History several years ago. Later, when I found all of G.A. Henty’s historical novels free for kindle I snagged them all up and giggled like a school girl. And now, my growing fondness for our Heritage History books is putting me at risk for being labeled

Squeee!! (My New Kindle!)

I was already ‘set’ for Mother’s Day — spending it with my Mom, helping them pack to move back to our home town. It will be a joy to have more free babysitting them close again. No issues with leaving and cleaving here, my Hubs is definitely my numero uno, but the older I get the closer my mom and I get. Before they moved away, we’d meet at the coffee shop on Saturday mornings sometimes, or we’d get together to color each other’s hair, you know, GIRL STUFF. After they moved we had to replace coffee shops and hair