Meet the Contributors

Angelique — All Things Early Childhood Play

Angelique Felix creates safe spaces where parents can play with their children (0-6 years old); where children learn in a FUN way; where adults encounter their innerchild.  Play is a holistic process in which body, meets mind and soul, where 100 languages are spoken and being heard. Angelique is a certified Infant massage instructor for the International Association of Infant Massage. But most important she is mom of Chanel. More information can be found >

Valerie — All Things Homeschool

Valerie Rose, creator of the blog Collecting the Moments… one by one spends her days cooking, gardening, and homeschooling her 4 children on her urban homestead in rainy western Washington.  With camera in hand, she is constantly collecting the moments of life and encouraging others to do the same with activities and inspiration for a simple, creative household.  You can find her on Pinterest, Facebook and on her homescooling blogwhere she documents all the fun learning her kids do day to day.

Aleacia — All Things Art

Aleacia is a stay at home mom to two amazing little girls. You can find them getting messy and having fun with art at Dilly-Dali Art. She loves cooking, taking pictures, gardening, hiking the mountains of North Carolina, and drinking coffee, all of which you can read about at I’m Bloggin’ where she also posts about homeschooling her children. You can also find Aleacia on Facebook and Pinterest!

Melissa — All Things Social/Emotional Development

Melissa blogs at Fireflies and Mud Pies, a creative home weblog authored in the beautiful State of Michigan. Become a reader to discover new recipes, crafts, and activities for children, and to learn how it’s the simple things that make childhood magical. You can find Melissa on Facebook

Leann — All Things Math (with a bit of Montessori)
Leann is a homeschooling mama to one, proud wife of a cop, and pet lover of their two dogs and frogs. Her personal blog, Montessori Tidbits, chronicles their homeschooling journey with an overactive 6 year old, while throwing in tidbits about life, reviews, and recipes.