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While there are a lot of not so pretty mishaps and moments that seem like utter chaos, there is definitely joy in the suffering.
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I'm Roxanne!

I am the face behind Lifting Up Treehouse; a wife, mother to 5 wild kids, and fur mama to 6 cats. Here you will get a glimpse of our adventures in striving for sainthood, minimalism, large family living, faulty homemaking, and homeschooling.

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A is for…

A is for Apple Blossom Fairy, Apples, and St. Anne.   This week we Started our journey Along the Alphabet Path!! Letter A was the focus this week. We first started off reading the first story of Michael and Mrs….

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Along the Alphabet Path

 I am excited to share with you our plans for Along the Alphabet Path. You can learn more about the Alphabet Path here. Beaver and Raccoon both have done this in the past so Hedgehog is ecstatic to finally be able…

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Homeschool Area

Today, I’m sharing how I make five kids and homeschooling fit in my small townhome. In the past, the dining room was always our main place for learning but half way through last year, and going into this year, we…

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2017 – 2018 Lesson Plans

This year Beaver will be Level 1A/ yr 2 (3rd grade), Raccoon is now Level 1B (1st grade), and Hedgehog is prep level. We will continue to use Mater Amabilis as a guideline while supplementing to fit our needs. Here is…

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Homeschool BuJo for 2017-2018

It is August and our school year has officially started. WOOHOO! Today I am going to share with you my homeschool bujo [bullet journal]. I have spent the past month in homeschool nesting mode. Consumed with cleaning, organizing, cracking down on…

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Homeschooling with a Newborn

As of now, I have two school aged kids: Beaver who is second grade and Raccoon who is kindergarten. Baby Fox needs slightly more attention compared to the what others did, which makes our homeschooling a bit more adventurous. I am…

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