Category: Caroline Quiner Ingalls (Ma)

Life, Infused by Little House

Little House in the everyday… every day.

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What Is Your China Shepherdess?

Kelly Ferguson, author of My Life as Laura, wonders what says “home” to you.

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Happy Mother's Day!

How Laura honored her mother…

Posted in Caroline Quiner Ingalls (Ma), The First Four Years

The Anniversary of Ma's Death (Easter Sunday, April 20, 1924)

Today we honor Ma Ingalls on the anniversary of her death, April 20, 1924.

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On the Road to Concord

The tale of finding the Holbrook and Ingalls farms in Concord, Wis. finds a happy ending–thanks to a little help from a Laura friend.

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Ask the Experts: Where Is This "Naughty" Quote From?

Who said “sooner or later something dreadful happens” about being naughty?

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A Lesson from Ma

Ma Ingalls has apparently become a teacher in a new series out in blogland. I thought the first lesson a great one, and look forward to future installments. What can you learn from Ma Ingalls?

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Ask the Experts: What sickness did Ma have?

A reader asks: What sickness did Ma have during their time in Walnut Grove?

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Lessons from Laura

Mansfield, Missouri, held its annual Little Laura/Little Farmer Boy contest this past weekend. I asked my seven-year-old niece if she wanted to wear her prairie dress and participate in the contest. “No,” she answered without hesitation. “I want to be

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Notes on a Mini-LauraPalooza

Beyond Little House connects with Laura and is inspired – LauraPalooza 2010!

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