I am a Christian wife and Mother of 7, homeschooling and seeking to live and raise my family alongside my husband to the glory of God. The aim of this site is to share some of the homeschooling and parenting resources and ideas that I have collected over the years from my experiences as an early years educator in the school system and while schooling and parenting my own family at home.

If you would like to contact me, my email address is


I will be posting on a wide variety of subjects, including:

  • routines and planning your child’s day
  • homeschooling with toddlers
  • toddler and child training issues and tips
  • great Christian resources for children
  • developing character in your children
  • hands-on activities for babies, toddlers and young children
  • creating traditions and ideas for family celebrations and events
  • family nights and relationship building
  • building a healthy marriage
  • organisation and cleaning
  • travelling and camping with children
  • homeschooling methods, ideas and tips
  • Montessori inspired tray activities and workjobs
  • and more!

7 Responses

  1. I’m loving reading your posts ANG! I’ve even picked up a thing or two I can use in the classroom. Fantasic!! Xxx

  2. Thanks Ang for a great blog. I’m learning so much from your amazing, Godly advice and your wealth of experience.

    I’m also expecting and have two young children already, so all your tips about preparing for a new bub are really appreciated. God bless you!

  3. Did you know that “ang” in a Chinese dialect means “red”? You have a great resource here! Will definitely be back for more tips.

  4. I have so enjoyed skimming through some of your recent posts. So many ideas, especially all those Christmas traditions! Your intentionality inspires me. Our familiy’s life has been in a ‘cyclone’ season for many months, and will continue to be for a while yet, so even though I can’t get as much done (as you, superwoman! for example), I will enjoy coming back here for tips and encouragement. Bless you!

  5. Yes, ‘ang’ in the hokkien (chinese) dialect means red, and that is a lucky colour in the chinese tradition. We wear red during Chinese New Year and auspicious days like weddings, etc. My feature wall in my lounge is red!!! haha Cheers!

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