I have a hard time calling the way we do things here by any particular name. It sometimes can look like homeschooling, when someone's using a curriculum or has set a goal to stick to some regular more schoolish learning. It often looks like unschooling, which can look like anything from hours and hours of reading to hiking to gardening to cooking to eating to watching a movie to driving in the car and having a conversation to digging in the dirt for worms to drawing a comic to taping signs up all over the house to practicing piano to...well, you get the idea.
I like to borrow a phrase from my friend Kimmy and say that we have a culture of learning in our home. This means we are open to learning about anything and everything, according to our interests, not according to someone else's plan for our learning. This means a lot of talking and asking questions and trying to take the time to follow those down rabbit holes in search of answers.
That said, I thought I would pick out a few of the posts I've written over the past couple of years that show in a bit more detail the how of what we do...I love reading about how other families are exploring this kind of life, so maybe you do too!