An Untraditional Home is a blog by Heather, a Christian mother who believes in “unschooling”:

While there is significant variation in what is meant by “unschooling”, generally speaking, unschoolers believe that the use of standard curricula and conventional grading methods, as well as other features of traditional schooling, are counterproductive to the goal of maximizing the education of each child. Instead, unschoolers typically allow children to learn through their natural life experiences, including game play, household responsibilities, and social interaction. (source)

You thought your life was devoted to games? Meet Heather. Heather is writing a series of articles about how she integrates gaming into her family’s daily life. From part 1:

Games are a big part of an unschooling lifestyle and we, despite being a non-competitive family, love games.

A long car ride or a visit to the doctors office means it is time for a game.  A quiet evening or a rainy afternoon is time for a game.  Games are what happen when we have a guest, or when someone is away from home, when we are out of movies, or when we are waiting in line.  A question, more often than not, is enough to prompt a game.  Because we don’t do traditional school the kids think of questions as games.

In part 2, she writes about the board games her family loves and how they get adapted to suit various ages and needs. They’re also devoted to video games and RPGs.