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This Stay-at-Home-Mom Dropped 60 Pounds by Making Small Changes. Like many parents, Sarep Baggott struggled to find time for herself. As a mom to a 6-year-old boy and a 6-month-old girl, Baggott put all of her time and energy into caring for her young family, leaving little left over for herself. Looking back, the 26-year-old now realizes she became a “true homebody”.

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Pounds Lost Per Dress Size. If you’ve watched advertisements on television you may be curious as to how many pounds need to be lost in order to drop a dress size. For some women, it seems to be 10 pounds, for others it could be as little as 5 pounds.

Decreasing a dress size is different for everyone and how you lose. But if you drop at least five percent of your body weight in less than six months—and you can’t pinpoint a good explanation for that weight loss—it’s time to. You are making awesome changes in your body when suddenly your progress grinds to a screeching halt. Those pounds of fat that were once falling off effortlessly are now clinging to your body for dear life.

No matter what you do, nothing is working. Maybe it’s been a week, or two, or even a few months, but your weight is not budging. You are ready to shrug your.

(That’s 2.93 lbs./m2, the units for BMI; you can calculate your own BMI here.) Next, researchers sussed out the threshold at which a change in facial adiposity cued a change.

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I explained to this client that if she wants to lose 30 pounds again, she can do it in a way that will keep it off because it won’t be so miserable.

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This she could accomplish only by forcing her parents never to have extra food in the home except what she needed to maintain this low weight.

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Changing her diet meant that she had to figure out how to spend time in the kitchen—to take that time for herself.

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Every time she gets ready to go grocery shopping she could make a list of healthy things to eat and put them on the grocery list.

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Expect that it’s going to be hard to make this change, expect that stress and busyness will arise, and set yourself up for success by keeping those foods out of the house.

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Instead, she chose to focus on the single new and different behavior she thought would make the difference, walking ten thousand steps per day.

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But maybe she’s used to post-pregnancy weight, she enjoys Friday lunches with her friends, or she can’t face a total wardrobe overhaul.

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Now she reports: “I dropped thirty-five pounds over the course of three months.

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I think she can cope with household work well if she reduces her weight.”

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Have the kitchen double her meal portions, because she eats only half of the food served.

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  • This is very inspiring thank you for sharing! Mom of 3 over here alittle anxious and just starting out but i love this! I want so bad for my girls to be healthy and have fun. I want to instill this in them to battle many genetic things that could be passed to them. Its also helping significantly with my PPD!

  • Yes, the relationship aspect of homeschooling is where it appeals to me so I get you! I sometimes think that I’d like to homeschool my 3 the relationship building and highly individualised approach to learning would be great. However, it has also been invaluable that my children are amongst lots of different kinds of people and learn to work with them. The kind of socialisation they have experienced is something I cannot duplicate, and has made my children so full of grace for others and highly adaptable and flexible (something I didn’t anticipate!). I also supplement at home with some bits and pieces, so that I do get to experience being my child’s teacher, so I’m thankful we can experience that together. Just sharing as it’s an aspect I didn’t consider before my children were school aged! Thanks for sharing this video with us ❤️

  • Hi Amy! Where is Gracie June’s comforter from? I am looking for something just like it for my toddler as she transitions to a “big girl” room. Thank you!

  • I love your videos so much!!! I’m only 20 and not anywhere near close to having kids but you are serious mom goals!! ❤️ I feel so peaceful watching your vids and hope I can be as sweet and caring of a mom as you in a few years!! Don’t stop making videos, they’re also so motivating during this time!! Sending you & your family love from Canada! ❤️����

  • I’m honestly kinda hoping this switch to online school for however long due to the corona virus will result in some parents homeschooling and some teens who could benefit doing online school at home or even just some classes online at home and the rest at school. I am in 12th grade, graduating soon and have been doing online school at home since 10th grade. There are many pros and cons but it helped my mental health so I don’t regret it. It also helped me tune in on what I want my career to look like (online, at home).

  • I have homeschool my 3 kids starting with preschool and now my oldest is in 2nd grade�� I’m with them every day and it still feels like their childhood is flying by. I cherish this special time together. You will love homeschooling!❤

  • My husband and his 10 siblings were homeschooled. 2 hated it & felt they missed out on other things, but 8 are really grateful to have gotten that kind of education. A lower adult:child ratio in my opinion is always better, given you’re intentionally homeschooling and individualize your curriculum. My siblings and I were in the public school system & also have differing opinions on how it helped/harmed us. I would love to homeschool my children with co-ops and field trips. More homeschool tutorial videos please!

  • I’m really excited to get my new kitchen gadget for cutting avocados! Thanks for the recommendation! Really enjoyed today’s video!

  • Always love and prayers. Y’all are a great inspiration, hopefully helping those who have not seen or understood our Hope, to check it out!

  • Y’alls duet is #marriagegoals! ❤️ Prayers for health and happiness during this time, sure seems like you’re making the most of it and some fun memories in the process! Be well!

  • it was below -30 in most of alberta for almost two weeks straight, meanwhile school got cancelled in BC for like a centimetre of snow Lol

  • Ugh we’re in Jacksonville and we call the bugs “no see ums” but yes theyre horrible!!! Looks like yall are having some fun quarantined!!! I tried to get my daughter side walk chalk but by the time I thought of it the were all sold out here!

  • Just out of curiosity: would you consider putting your kid in public school if they expressed the wish to go there and not be homeschooled anymore?
    Really like that you‘re doing more vlogs!!

  • These videos are my favorite! Seeing a family enjoying each other’s company during a regular day together! So glad I found your channel!

  • I’ve been homeschooled my whole life and loved every moment of it. I have been involved in SO many things and had SO many opportunities through homeschooling and have met so many incredible people. I’m graduated now and searching for a college. My two older brothers are about to graduate from their colleges and they were homeschooled too and loved it as well and have done GREAT academically. Wouldn’t change any of it for the world and I’m super thankful my mom decided to homeschool us ��

  • I would never like to homeschool and i would hate it if my parents homeschooled mee i hate to be at home with my family and i dont like having kontact with my family and u might think that I am bad teenager but no i have straiht A in school and i am candidat for skoloship but i just dontlike spending time with myfamily and i cantwait to move to florence to art school.I am from Balkan and it hard to be different hire and i wanna be an artist and i cant wait to leave homeee!!!!

  • I pray pray pray for God to give me the will and strength to homeschool my children one day! I have a 11 year old who thrives in public school but he’s starting to not like school and says it’s “boring” and now my 5 year old will start this fall and is uber excited to go to school. Also, Sarah, do you vaccinate your children? I apologize if you’ve already answered that. I just started watching you a few months ago.

  • Sitting here in gloomy, cloudy Oregon watching this video has me DREAMING of summer! Loved watching this, I found myself smiling through this whole video. It was great spending the afternoon with your family! I’d love to see more videos like this.

  • Hey Amy darley good afternoon I love your videos and your my favorite YouTuber and your husband chance is so hilarious �� Amy I hope you make chance cook dinner more often than you do and Amy I love you and your husband chance so much and even sometimes your husband chance gets along with your kids that Gracie June and Caycen and I love your daughter Gracie June so much she so beautiful in person love you so much and thank you and family for being lovely family bye Amy Darley.

  • I liked going to public school but I also wish like our junior and senior be more focused on getting ready for college or work force you know or we take classes that will go towards our Career or just completely skip senior year because it’s kinda a waste of time

  • Sarah, but you do realize that water can’t be absorbed through skin? Your epidermis is literally made to be water resistant (but can absorb minerals and vitamins which have different consistency). It’s the same logic to expect to become ‘hydrated’ just from being immersed in water (like going for a swim etc.). It just doesn’t work that way, so i can’t see how slapping your face with water helps your acne… it’s probably something else.

  • Could you make a video sharing your night routine with the kids? We always see you during the day. I’d love to see what your night routine looks like for you and your family.

  • I am so happy that I stumbled over your videos. You are doing a great job! Where did you get that retractable mirror in your restroom? -Veronica Garcia.

  • Have y’all ever thought of getting an air fryer??? OMG game changer here in our house. I got mine from QVC and has an open front door/window w/ a 3 tier rack w/ light. Fries from beginning to end 14 min. Hardly use our oven anymore so no more heating up our kitchen. We use ours at least 2 x’s daily. Enjoy your weekend. Love, love your channel, Amy!!!

  • Love from Alberta we just got out of our “it feels like -39 snap” it’s finally warming up a bit but boy we got tons of snow �� glad you had fun in the snow

  • That is so nice that family time is so important. P F Chang restaurants are delicious and there frozen foods are good too. I usually get them at Target.

  • I would love for you to read my devotional “Bread Moments” ebook Amazon Kindle its one $5.00 by Brenda Parks Brown. Its a short read. You will enjoy please give a review. I thank you in advance. God bless.

  • It’s my break time from home schooling �� and now I can finally watch your video!! Thanks for being so positive and uplifting!! ��Hope everyone has a great weekend������

  • Hi, I understand your choice to homeschool your kids! Can you do a video about homeschooling and if you get a child with special needs, how will you tackle that? Will they still be homeschooled? With special needs I mean everything from dyslexia to autism to juvenile Parkinson’s disease etc. Children who in a bigger school environment would get extra help from expert teachers? Have a great day

  • I would love if you did a video on how you lost the baby weight. The diet and exercises. I am going to have a baby soon God Willing and am worried about not being able to loose the weight afterwards. Thanks in advance!!!

  • I love that GA is only doing 4 days of elearning a week. We are doing printed AMI packets and it’s AWFUL. If you could pray for all of us parents in AR trying to keep our kiddos engaged and learning that would be great! Also, loved GJ at the end of the videoreal mom life moments! Ha!

  • My parents home schooled me and my brothers then in high school we went to normal school (if we wanted to, my littlest brother didnt like regular school because he was so ahead of everyone and found it boring) and I loved it. We learned so much because we weren’t stuck following a strict curriculum, the curriculum catered to how fast we learned and how much we wanted to learn.
    And for people worried about socialization, we were all put in dance, karate, and soccer classes (swimming for me) so we spent lots of time with other kids our age in a far less stressful environment where my parents didnt have to worry about us getting bullied or having negative experiences. Plus we went to the park all the time, went to church, youth programs at our rec center. There are TONS of places where kids can socialize that is far better than in public school where teachers cant always see the behaviors the kids engage in and regulate that behaviour or just dont care to try. I’m in university now and I’m well adjusted and comfortable in a variety of environments, plus I’m doing great in my classes because I’m used to learning how to study on my own.

  • You could try this proven red tea for detoxifying your body and shed one pound of fat every 72 hours! proven to stop hunger cravings.

  • I love homeschooling! I want to homeschool my 2 almost 3 year daughter but everyone seems to be against it so nice to see encouragement towards it. But if they wanted to go to public school would you let them?

  • Please consider changing your title from “stuck at home” to “safe at home”!! As a wife of a medical worker as well as myself who works for government and MUST go to work in the 4th highest cv19 state you are lucky!! Stuck is a terrible way to express the gift you have!!! It’s verbiage like this that makes people feel this pandemic isn’t serious.

  • I miss mushrooms so much. Watching you cook made me want to cook something different for dinner but at the moment I can’t eat so much stuff because I’m breastfeeding my baby girl and she gets cramps/gas pains with all that is green and mushrooms and even some fruit. Basically, I’m eating potatoes, rice, meat, eggs and fish =( Do you have any advice??

  • I really appreciate your candidness and honesty, especially being a stay at home mom myself I needed this inspiration. Your story is so similar to mine and it’s so nice to see that you’ve been successful and are happy and participating in life. I can do that too! I can do this, This is MY YEAR ������‍♀️

  • I love where you live!! It’s perfect for kids and looks like such a nice community. Not much like SYDNEY Aus at all!! It’s beautiful here, don’t get me wrong, but what you have there is really gorgeous. Xx

  • Thanks girl for sharing your video and you and your hubby are so funny your son is like my daughter loves pepper and your little girl is adorable ����

  • Love this Sarah!!! ������Homeschool momma here of 4 13,12,9and 6– the journey is so worth it! My second son says he wants me to homeschool his kids!!�������� love all your videos!! Can you make a video on your morning routine with your work outs?? I missed the Instagram one… do you have a healthy chocolate chip recipe??? ��������

  • My husband and I were also homeschooled. We both really loved the experience and we did great in college! You don’t have to be extremely smart or even creative to homeschool. There are curriculums that plan out creative activities and the books take everything step by step. My Father’s World is a great curriculum.

  • I always wanted to be homeschooled and I defiantly wish I was homeschooled bc school was such a toxic environment that I would hide under staircases and never got enough help in classes bc there wasn’t time for everyone to have a one on one session.

  • I’m in Europe and here we don’t use the word „school“ for kids before elementary school age. If our kids are going to daycare/kindergarten, we don’t consider this part of their „education“, because they receive education every day simply by existing and learning new things. Our „preschools“ don’t have curricula. Kids go there to socialize, to experience how to behave in groups of peers, to play, to have fun. Doing a puzzle is fun, drawing is fun, kids learn by having fun, and their abundant curiosity doesn’t need any curriculum. So here taking care of a 4 yo would never be considered homeschooling. Learning is just what 4 year olds do anyway. On the other hand, at least in my country, homeschooling (school aged kids) is mostly very restricted, kind of illegal, and most kids are obliged to go to some kind of school to ensure a certain quality and standard of education. On the other hand, our public schools are free of charge, mostly only half day, good quality no matter in which neighborhood you live or how much money your parents have.

  • just love your family. God is so good. Thank you for all your inspiration. Praying for you and your sweet family to stay safe and healthy. Look forward to your next video. Have a blessed weekend.

  • Hey Amy. I love watching your channel. Its reminds me so much of my life with my husband Ryan and my 3 year old daughter, Maxi. We are from Pike Co. GA. Right below griffin, GA. Only a few hours from you. God bless your sweet little family! Love seeing your life.

  • Hi! I’m from Mexico. I like very much your videos. I saw you made scrambled eggs, I have one small tip if you like it…a little bit of onion in the oil before you put the eggs into the pan, makes them taste better, in my opinion. Have a great day!!

  • Homeschooling is illegal in my country cause there’s a law that all kids under the age of 18 and bellow grade 11 have to go to a public or private school….so I’d never even think of this

  • Are you aware that coffee has the power to seriously scald a child for 20 minutes after it has been brewed. Not nice to see mom on stairs with coffee held over kids head

  • What’s wrong about homeschooling kindergarten level?? Lol. It’s the best kids learn first level academics from their parents. Kinda like them having a foundation of how to study/self study for when they will eventually study on the real school. It’s very good. ������

  • Uh oh, I was hoping you would speak more about home schooling because I came here for that:-( I am at a stage in my life when I am considering homeschooling my future kids so gathering as much information about that as possible. xx

  • I’m sooo jealous of the weather there. I’m in NY and it’s raining and chilly! �� loved the video! Hope your staying safe and healthy! ❤️

  • Great. I need prayers. I have been having really bad cramps and am not sure what it is. I don’t want to go to the hospital during all this. So I am hoping prayers will help. Thanks.����������♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️

  • I love your method of teaching your kids�� I thought about homeschooling my kids but their biological father is against it because he wants them to be around other kids. I was put in school (there was no option back then) and I was bullied by kids. I have a learning disability and was placed in special ed but they said I was far too intelligent than the other kids there. I just want my kids in a safe environment from the bullying, school lockdowns (there’s alot in my area), and make my kids work at their pace. I’m great with reading, writing, and science but I kinda suck at math�� I passed them in college and I went to tutoring for it to ace those courses.

  • I wanted to Home School my daughter. Was a stay at home dad during the day while her mom worked and waited tables at night. Never regretted it. Our bond is pretty darn good and I owe it all to the Faith she received from time with family. Romans 8:28 “All things work for good… “
    When she did go to public school she never left who she was at home. God Is Good Like That.
    Yall keep doin whatca doin. God bless. Proverbs 31. Amen

  • I love your videos. You have a beautiful home and beautiful family. I’m from Toronto, Canada and our weather doesn’t get this nice until June, but we can definitely relate to the bugs. They say we have two seasons her, mosquitos and snow, LOL.

  • I have a questions about home schooling;Do you plan to do it all the way? And if so, would you let the kids go to public school if they wanted? (I don’t mean like if they say at 7year old that I want to go to school because all my friends do, but like if they have some other reasoning behind and feel like it would benefit them)

    It’s not at all common in our country and I’m honestly fascinated and want to learn and talk about it

  • I am from Finland, watching you since Ivy was born, I believe. This winter was abnormal here, I mean, no winter at all, +5C, no snow at all, as well as sun. Now it feels like April, sunny, warm. Strange…

  • It’s funny, I was actually homeschooled myself and as a 25 year old looking back there were some aspects of it I loved and some aspects I didn’t like all so much. I met some of my best friends, girls I could literally call my sisters and I would have never met them if it wasn’t for homeschooling. Although on the other side, I craved more. As my homeschool group dwindled I was not stimulated socially and spent a lot of time by myself, I honestly think it worsened my anxiety. I started to go to public school when I was 14. Although my friend who was also homeschooled graduated when she was 17. I think everyone is different and it honestly depends on the parents teaching styles and how the kids are able to retain the information. My boyfriend’s family is WAY closer with each other than my family ever was and he went to school his entire upbringing. I think it just depends on the family! But in no way am I criticizing what you’re doing, I think it’s wonderful and I wish the best!

  • You are so precious and you are so adorable even without makeup!! So fun to see your family all doing the chalk art. Have an incredible weekend Amy��

  • If you’re gonna be looking for a great Christian homeschooling curriculum, I highly recommend Abeka. My siblings and I were taught with this curriculum and we loved it. They also have answer keys to help the teacher/parent if there is something they don’t fully understand.

  • we are in Delta BC and we moved across town in the big snow in January. We managed to get out sledding once but i hope we get another big snow next winter

  • My 4 siblings and I were homeschooled growing up. It wasn’t the best for all of us though. We all did Online school, and eventually both my brothers went to public school. Sometimes I wish I went to public school to gain a better social life. Now I have horrible anxiety, and I still live at home with no job (age 21) because of it. I was really sheltered, and my parents were strict growing up, so they never really pushed me to get out and be social. I wish my homeschool life was as great as yours.

  • Ah! Sarah, I have been going back and forth with your channel. And I am so here to stay! I love how you refreshed your channel to fit your current life style. It’s so you and it’s so lovely to see you as a wife, mom, casual. Totally fitting for my life too, which is why I stop on to say hi and give you my support during my babies nap time♥️ I feel like I can relate and we can sit down and have a coffee together. Love from Ohio ��

  • I think I want to homeschool my future kids but homeschooling is LITTERALLY ILLEGAL in Sweden where I live. The politicians here just seem to want to control everything, even the parenting of our own kids! ITS HORRIBLE. Lets just hope they will change that law until then.

  • Enjoyed so much.. ya’ll look so brown, it’s warmer in Savannah than here in Athens. Chalk idea is really neat.
    Have a nice Sunday. ❤

  • Why do you say ‘stuck’ at home? You’re SAFE at home! I see a lot of YouTube mom’s posting ‘stuck at home with kids!’ Videos. You get to be safe in a home. Its a good thing. (I don’t mean any negativity. I like your vids and you are one of my faves!)

  • I love the idea of homeschooling but I’m afraid it won’t allow your kids to have social contact to others and to find their place in society…Have you and your partner thought about that? If yes, I’d love to hear your opinion.

  • Since you’re drinking coffee now you have to try a peppermint mocha during the holidays from starbucks yum yum I dont like coffee but I like them I’m more of a tea drinker but I do like lattes and mochas sometimes

  • Apart from the fact that I’m from Germany and homeschooling is not very common here (at least as far as I know) I would never consider doing it. School has disadvantages but actually I love the time I spend at school seeing my friends and stuff. I am pretty antisocial so I don’t really meet friends apart from school. Now during the virus with me sitting at home alone basically homeschooling myself I just miss the time with my friends at school and meeting them somewhere else is kind of overwhelming for me because I get anxiety in these moments. I’m really happy to go to a normal school but if it works for some of you that’s totally fine and I’m happy for you

  • Amy, wonderful video! I was wondering what type of parenting devotional that you are using. I looked it up on IG but I didn’t see the one on the video. Have a great day and thanks!

  • Your videos are the best!!!!! Also I love your kids and dogs!! Your dog is so beautiful!!! Also I cannot believe that the kids clean their rooms even if you help them a bit. Plus it is always fun to play with chalk.

  • True about the lip balm, I’ve never ever needed it in nz but I spent a month in Colorado mountains in the snow and I started using it for first time in my life. Brought it home and it sat unused for years, until I started watching minimalism videos and finally got rid of it lol

  • Can you make a video on homeschooling tips or advice? Mainly for someone like me who has been in public school all my life except for Bible college—I know I want to start teaching them Bt honestly have no idea where to start. I majored in elementary education for this purpose Bt could use some practical tips. ������

  • Love this vlog! My husband and I are from homeschooling families, we’re homeschooling our 4 year old and his soon-to-be sibling �� It’s amazing!

  • Love your videos! I couldn’t catch it first thing this morning because I am still working (Public Housing Authority Executive Director). Your videos are so helpful and you are just a darling Darley. I pray ya’all are safe… Many blessings from West Virginia ����

  • I am from Germany and homeschooling Sounds sooooo far Out of the ordinary Here. Also I think you need a court thing for that… Because It’s attendance requiary(?) In Germany. So you have to Go to school Till you are 18. You can’t dodge Out really…. It Sounds wild to me, now working in a school to have regular students homeschooled by… Well their parents… I mean you are educated and smart but I think Here are a Lot of parents… Not educated and Not… Booksmart nor social smart so what would they teach their children?

  • I live in a family with 10 kids. My Mom has homeschooled/ is homeschooling us all so far all of has that have graduated have done super well! I have two more years of homeschool and then I’ll go running start college when I’m a junior in highschool. I’m also doing Algebra 2 currently. Just a bit of encouragement!

  • I’m so happy I’ve come across your channel, I am from Savannah Ga currently reside in NC with my husband and our 3 girls! Happy to become a subscriber and I look forward to your videos ☺️❤️

  • Homeschool has so many benefits! I’m a homeschooling mom too. At first I was onthe fence about it, but when we tried it finally, it’s life-changing.:)

  • Hey guys.. Corona virus is moving pretty quickly everywhere.. Stay safe and make sure to keep things like house hygiene on point. May Allah (God) protect us:(��✨

  • Hello im from Philippines i really love all of ur videos its really a motivational… I wish u can greet me in ur nxtvideos love and kisses from Philippines.. stay safe ������

  • I’ve never wanted to homeschool my kids bc I don’t think that’s the only way to get quality time with them. My mom was a SAHM so she was always there for us and when my dad came home he gave us a lot of quality time. I now am a SAHM and we give the kids lots of attention and quality time when they are home. Sending kids to school doesn’t mean you don’t have that special connection with them or love them any less.

  • You are so inspiring. I had 4 kids back to back and my body has taken a beating. I love how down to earth you are and hearing your story. Thanks! I also love the Powells and their enthusiasm.

  • I feel like homeschooling can be kinda restrictive. Can’t really do chemistry, physics, maths that’s more than just algebra, languages except for the ones you’re speaking yourself, psychology, IT, music except for instruments you’re playing, sports,…
    Like you can’t know EVERYTHING��

  • Nice to see families spend so much quality time. I believe families that do this on the regular foster kids that are happy and healthy. Sadly this is not often the case…I see many kids from broken or disfuntional homes in my classroom everyday.

  • Homeschooling great way to go, but unfortunately most women have to work full time usually kids in school if they have any. Child care is expensive, so women who can afford to stay home need to hoem school. I detest public schools.

  • I am super excited for you to homeschool. I am a mama to three and we homeschool. I can’t wait to see what content you will put out with this venture.

  • I’m a mom of ten kids and I’ve homeschooled all of them. Eight have graduated and only two are left.
    The relationships I have built with my kids are something I really treasure.

  • What about when your kids get to high school chemistry and physics? Will you still homeschool then? Also what do you do so that your kids still get out to socialize?

  • Hi Amy, ya know how you do a “this or that”? Which I love!! I haven’t seen this done by any of my favorite YouTubers this, I was thinking of doing it on my channel but I’m not even closed to being established! I know you love doing giveaways and having fun so you were the one who popped in my mind first! What about how well do you know me, Amy Darley? Questions pop up like what’s my favorite place to eat, I know easy lol, okay favorite drink, your go to outfit! Things like that would get you many comments and fun! Just a thought

  • It was -30 for a month in Saskatchewan where I live. My kids have the same suits as yours, but there worn in April in the spring����

  • Minus ten! Oh geez that’s warm for an Ontario person. It was -8 with the windchill today and I was wearing a spring coat, but then when I lived in BC I didn’t even have a winter coat!

  • 1:28 My mom bought us kids our own lip balm growing up to teach us some things are personal. After I came home from school with cold sores from sharing with my friends LOL. (No hate it’s normal to share with your children)

  • My only advice would be to make sure they have exposure to other human beings. School isn’t just for learning intellectually, but also socially. Also, as you probably know, a lot of homeschool kids hate their moms as teachers. Not sure how to remedy that one. I guess don’t make learning a bore?

  • We had 17 ‘C last Year in Poland and I was almost crying when I had to leave to work as a totally grown up person and I was so sorry for those little kidos waiting for bus at the bus station ��������

  • Your face going red reminds me of when my skin is dry which could be because you’re in really cold weather and you’re trying to dry out your acne. I noticed you have no moisturising/hydrating steps (unless you count the aloe Vera?). I found using a liquid or gel hydrating product (in the past I’ve used DE but now use a Korean toner) and a white moisturiser (I now use a French brand no fragrance) really helps sooth my skin and get down redness, if your air isn’t dry you could also use a hyurloronic acid as a serum step, none of these steps are oily and shouldn’t add to acne if you use clean hands and keep your products clean. I know you might be trying to make your skincare minimal but sometimes it’s important to counteract the wearger

  • Amy I love your channel ❤ it gets me motivated…can you please pray for my co-workers Indianapolis transit workers out there driving the bus, I am an office worker…so many are testing positive. Please Pray ��
    Thank you

  • They’re missing the social aspect of actual schools. My bf did that with his kid which ended up aggravating the kid’s development.