Sunday, August 12, 2012

It's here!

Our materials from Catholic Heritage Curriculum has arrived! Needless to say, I am very excited! I can't say the same for my little boy, but I definitely have to infuse an ethusiasm for learning into his sytem. I'm giving myself a month to go through (and study) the materials. And we'll be officially starting on September.

Lifting my prayers to Mother Mary to guide me in my actuatations so I may raise my kids through good examples, gently, and lovingly.


  1. Hi! Just like to ask how you've decided to use CHC as your curriculum over SETON or Kolbe. I'm actually also deciding which to use, would love to hear form you. Thanks!

    1. Hi Daisy!

      When I decided to go for CHC, I was leaning more towards a Charlotte Mason approach, a gentle approach, and that was was CHC was offering. Seton and Kolbe are classical. And I liked how Catholicism is infused with almost every lesson. Although, to be honest with you, I haven't done a very thorough investigation of Kolbe at that time. If you ask me now, I might just as well have gone with Kolbe. Their record-keeping is definitely a plus. CHC and Kolbe share some textbook titles.