Making the Most of Summer
Join Emily, Renee, and Karen astray discuss ways to find rest from routine, using summer to prepare for fall, big picture planning and reorganizing, working on particularly habits with particular children, and more.
The Art of Narration
In this episode Emily, Renee, and Karen discuss how narration develops the ability to pay attention, cultivates the faculty of memory, and is a natural way to assess comprehension.
What to Do When Our Stories Are Hard
Join Emily, Karen, and Renee as they continue their discussion about the importance of family stories: how they connect us and tell us who we are -- and what to do when our stories are hard.
The Power of Stories
Join Emily. Renee, and Karen as they discuss the formative nature of stories, how they develop the moral imagination, why fairy tales matter, and much more.
Habits Part 2
Join Emily, Renee, and Karen as they discuss how training our children in habits results in the development of virtue and can help our households run more smoothly. Also, they discuss when to let a teenager choose which habits to work on or not.
On the Habits of Our Homes
Ann Voskamp wrote that "a habit is the way we wear our days" and in this episode Emily, Renee, and Karen discuss the importance of developing habits in ourselves that will enable us to carry out the good work before us--as educators and parents and wives.