Fueled by a little bit of coffee and a whole lotta Jesus, Amy Schuff is a homeschooling mom of three, a wife of over 13 years and a natural light family photographer in Sacramento, CA. In the quest to forever find balance with all the hats she wears, she has focused on an unschooling or “beyond school” approach in teaching her children. You can visit Amy on her blog where she writes about passions dear to her heart, whether it be her kids, homeschooling, photography, or her faith.
Angela is a homeschooling mom of two beautiful children. She had a change of heart about homeschooling when it was time to enroll her sweet daughter in school. She now blogs about her journey with homeschooling at Homeschooling — A Change of Heart. She is married to her best friend Jeff. Two weeks out of every month Angela holds down the home front while Jeff travels for business. Angela loves to learn about photography and see what she can capture behind the lens.
Angela B. is a God loving, homeschooling mama to one amazing little girl. She is married to a wonderful man that works hard so that they can homeschool. Her vision for her child’s education is that she finds joy in learning. Angela writes about their homeschooling journey at Joy Focused Learning. In her off time, Angela enjoys crafting and playing in the church orchestra. You can find her on Facebook, Twitter and Google +.
Carlie Kercheval is a happily married stay-at-home homeschoolin’ momma. She and her college sweetheart (Go WSU Cougs!) have been blessed with 3 precious children to raise while traveling the world as a military family. Carlie is the founder of So You Call Yourself a Homeschooler?, Fulfilling Your Vows, and Managing Your Blessings. She is also the co-author of the Learning to Speak Life™ family Bible studies. When she is not busy enjoying her family and the great outdoors, you can typically find her cozied up somewhere with a good book. You can connect with her on Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter.
Erica has her hands full with six children–at least that’s what every stranger at the grocery store tells her. She and her husband of 17+ years began homeschooling their children four years ago. They started with a state charter school and now they have embraced a very relaxed approach as they hang on the edge of fully adopting an unschooling lifestyle. They believe that Jesus’ commandment of loving God with all your heart and soul and loving others as yourself is the most important thing that needs to be taught to a child; everything else is icing on the cake. You can spend some time getting to know her and her family by visiting her blog Life By the Handful or following her on twitter @lifeXthehandful.
Jennifer Boom left her Pre-K classroom, also known as the “Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Room”, in order to homeschool and raise her two little boys for the Lord. She’s been married to Andrew, who is also a teacher, for 5 years. When they’re not at church, homeschooling, or scheduling playgroups with preschoolers in their community, they are probably taking a nap! Apart from teaching, Jennifer is passionate about ministering to other moms, eating healthy food, and soaking up time with family and friends before those little years pass them by!
Jennifer Lambert is a displaced Southern belle. Amidst desperate attempts to balance her various roles as an Air Force wife, home educator, writer, editor, and teacher of marriage and child training…she seeks daily dumptruck loads of God’s grace. She shares her heart and passions at her personal blog and her family’s homeschooling journey at Royal Little Lambs. Also, visit her on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.
Jill of Enchanted Homeschooling Mom is the homeschooling mother of 2 awesome children (Beck and Elizabeth), a loving wife, who brings readers along on her family’s homeschooling journey in their rural setting. She enjoys blogging about everything related to her homeschooling experience, from the daily happenings of Beck and Elizabeth, to the adventures in nature around them, to her family’s 3 rescue dogs, to just about anything that makes their homeschooling journey magical. Jill also takes the time to create printables for her homeschool classroom that she provides at her EHM Member’s Only Website. She has a wide variety of printables, curriculum, unit studies, and holiday related items that everyone is sure to find educational, useful, fun, and appropriate. You can follow with Jill’s magical homeschooling journey at enchantedhomeschoolingmom.org, Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and Pinterest.
Lyn Parker began writing in elementary school where she found her passion for creating worlds where she would like to live and travel. Her desire to write was put on hold as she began to raise and homeschool her eight children and has graduated four of those students through homeschooling. Lyn resumed writing in 2005 when she decided to return to college. She graduated in 2008 from the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley with a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism and a minor in writing. The passion the Lord has given her has been the motivation Lyn needed to pursue writing her first three-book Christian fiction series (due to be published in April!). She currently homeschools two children in 5th grade, a 7th grader, a high school sophomore, and a high school senior (graduating in May!). Lyn, her husband and six of her children reside in northern Colorado. You can connect with her on her blog and Facebook.
Marisa is an INFP, balancing her high ideals with the reality of daily living. She’s an aspiring photographer, and encourages her children to go after the dreams that God has placed in their hearts. Living simply and with intention is her passion. She journals her life and loves at Grace Mothering, and is @gracemothering on Twitter.
Renée Gotcher is a wife, writer, entrepreneur & home-educating mother of three daughters: Audrey, Claire and Elise. A former journalist, Renée was homeschooled during her last two years of high school and started homeschooling in 2010. She is editor of NextGen Homeschool and blogs on personal topics at A New Chapter. Her family lives in Castle Rock, Colorado.
Whitney Wallace lives with her best friend and husband, Travis, and their son in the beautiful mountains of Western North Carolina. Whitney works outside of the home for a Christian non-profit and Travis works from home as a bookkeeper and accountant for churches. Together they partner to homeschool their only child, Nathaniel. When she’s not spending time with her family, working, homeschooling, or blogging, you will find Whitney knitting, sewing, or getting out with her guys and enjoying all the NC mountains have to offer. You can connect with her on Pinterest or Twitter.