The Ultimate Blog Party 2013

It is that time again!  The Ultimate Blog Party is a way for bloggers to share more about themselves and connect with other bloggers.  I enjoy a good party, so I’m introducing myself and my parenting blog, True Aim Education, to my fellow participants.  Read on if you would like to know a little more about me and my blog.  If you would like to participate make sure you go to 5 Minutes for Mom.

Hi, I’m Janine!  True Aim is a place where I share the joys of parenting and teaching my children.  I don’t always get it right, but I am determined to raise them up as sons and daughters in the Lord.  To do this, I decided to homeschool.  What?  Not a homeschooler?  Well, you might not think you are, but in reality, we are all homeschoolers.  
Homeschoolers are parents with a strong conviction that they are solely responsible for raising their own children.  So whether you choose private, public, or home education, if you are are willing to do what it takes to ensure your children have a strong physical, intellectual, and spiritual education, you are a homeschooler!  The only difference is how much and how often. 
At True Aim you’ll find quick parenting tips and exciting learning activities that help you “homeschool” your children.  More than that, you’ll find a family who is passionate about studying, sharing, and delighting in the Lord.  Please stay a while and read some of my favorite posts:

The Mom Who Cried Wolf

child discipline

Make Your Children Like Vegetables

get your kid to eat vegetables

Cups and Card

Flash Card Game
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  1. says

    Hi, and yes response to your comment if people are camping and ready.. I sure am. lol I loved your take on making learning fun. As a education major thats what I strive for and thats what public schools in my district fail on. :(..

    Come see my little corner of the world at :)

  2. says

    Hi Janine! I am stopping by fro UBP13.

    We are a homeschooling family! Always have been and always will be. (Well as long as the Lord directs but I do not see that changing any time soon.)

    You have a beautiful family!

  3. says

    I have always felt called to homeschool, but I don’t technically do so full time. Though I agree we all “school” our kids or at least we should. It is important to me to teach my children Christian values.

  4. says

    Found you through the blog party! Am now following you through pinterest and feedreader. I have an 18 month old and love all these resources you have here for teaching young ones! Thank you!

  5. says

    Hi – thanks for a fun visit for the Ultimate Blog Party 2013. I’m a grandma of umpteen grandkids and would you believe, I not only homeschooled my own kids for several years, I now help with the homeschooling programs for half of my grandkids! Very fun for us all and a grand way of leaving a sweet spiritual legacy in their hearts and minds!

    Have a lovely day and thanks for a fun visit.

  6. says

    Thank you for linking up at the UBP! I wholly agree with your statement that we are all homeschoolers to some degree – my mom even realized this after we started homeschooling, when she was thinking back on the things she used to do with us when we were younger. I am also thrilled to say that I’ve had your baby church post pinned for quite a while – that little guy is so cute!

  7. says

    Hopping over from UBP13. I’ll be sharing some of your ideas with my readers.

    I homeschooled for 10 yrs, but now mine are all grown up. I also like to cook, craft & write. If you ever want some fun activities with your kids, stop by for our Oreo Moon Phases or our Lucky Charms Graph.

  8. says

    Hey Janine,
    Thanks for stopping by Ready-Set-Read on the blog party! I love your article about homeschooling. That’s a unique way to look at homeschooling. I’ve always felt that way, that I am “part” homeschooler even if I send my kids to preschool or public school. I still feel responsible for their learning and of course their spiritual development. Thanks for all of your helpful resources here.

  9. says

    Hi! New follower here! I found you on UBP13 and I love your blog!:D I’m a new blogger and hope you will come by and follow me on my blog at! I look forward to cruising through your posts! Have a blessed day!

  10. says

    Hello, and I just started to homeschool so I will be back soon to look around as I am sure I can learn from you. Have a nice week.

  11. says

    Hello! It is very nice to meet you during UBP13 week. So glad I did. I am doing PreK with my daughter right now and will do Kindergarten in the fall. I am a bit scared but I think we’ll do great. I am going to click over to a few of those links next.


  12. says

    Hi Janine
    It’s nice to meet you.
    I love that you homeschool. I’ve wanted to do that since my little ones were born, but hubs prefer another way.

    Visiting from the party and hope you will have a fun time!
    Aloha :)

  13. says

    Happy UBP! This is my first year doing homeschool for my Kindergarden age daughter, and we loved it. I heart Pinterest too- just started following the board for your blog. Love getting ideas from other moms. Hope you’ll stop over and check out my blog!

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