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105120
Child Minding Hours
98
Games Played
61
Computers Built
16827
Livestock Care Hours

childMINDING Membership

childMINDING is a child care process in which your child can grow and learn through peer assistance and homesteading. Your child will become a part of a family environment, while continuing curriculum specific to the daily life of homesteading.

Single

$ 39.95 / day
  • Snacks Included
  • Small Activities
  • Optional Drop-off/Pick-up
  • Maximum (8) hours

Triple

$ 118.95 / (3) days
  • Snacks Included
  • Small Activities
  • Optional Drop-off/Pick-up
  • Maximum (10) hours

Septuple

$ 279.95 / week
  • Snacks Included
  • Weekly Growth Responsibilities
  • Optional Drop-off/Pick-up
  • Maximum (12) hours

Activities

Follow family activities and curriculum every week!

Be Careful Little Eyes

We’ve all heard the song before, but did you ever stop to listen to the warning? O be careful little eyes what you see O be careful little eyes what you see For the Father up above is looking down in love So, be careful little eyes what you see… the song continues to say… […]

Journey to Texas: Eight Years Later

It’s been eight beautiful years here in Texas. We’ve had a bunch of experiences that has shifted the way we do life, experiences that matured our faith. One of the most valuable lessons we’ve learned is raising our children. Our family is our biggest asset and nurturing them and teaching them to become responsibility citizens […]

Blogs, Books and YouTube Series: All about The Blogs

I hope you are enjoying this series so far.. Today, I will focus on blogs I enjoy reading and supporting. As you may have realized, I am very conscience to what I read. I am intentional about life and what I allow in it. The blogs that I will be mentioning are great resources for […]

What is Valentine’s Day?

What does Death and Fertility have in common?  If you guessed Valentine’s Day, you are correct! All around the United States (As far as I know), people celebrate love with flowers or chocolates, but did you know the dark history of its origin? If you didn’t know, Valentine’s Day had a bit of a rough […]

Intentional (and practical) Housekeeping

Homemaking is a great privilege I do not take lightly. Being a wife, mother, and most importantly a woman of God, keeping the home is a commandment… something we are called to do.  I’ve been a stay at home mother pretty much my entire married life. Over the years and as our children grew, I […]

Loving Intentionally: Real Marriage Goals

It is not a lack of love, but a lack of friendship that makes unhappy marriages.- Friedrich Nietzsche As many of you know, I’ve been married since the age of 19! My husband and I have 5 beautiful and talented children and many farm animals! 🙂 We’re business owners, church-goers and volunteers and much more. So […]

Intentional Reading: Our Daily Bread

  Jesus answered, “It is written: ‘Man shall not live on bread alone, but on every word that comes from the mouth of God.’ Matthew 4:4   Now we are in full swing of the new year, we tend to make empty promises or deliver ill-intention resolutions. We say we will do more in our community, read […]