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The Unsolicited Opinion

My sister called today to chat and eventually we got around to our kids.  At one point she said she was going to give me her big sister input.  This input turned out to be that were we really doing … Continue reading

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A revelation

This weekend I was once again dwelling on the event that led us to homeschool our daughter.  I once again thought that I need to let it go, but wasn’t sure how.  That’s when the thought came to me.  One … Continue reading

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Trying to let go

I have been trying so hard to let go of what happened to my middle daughter (which led us to homeschooling).  The school carnival dredged up a lot of emotions that I thought were taken care of.  First, we dreaded … Continue reading

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A much needed ego boost

My middle child (the one who I’m now homeschooling) got to triumph over her older sister the other day, and I have to say I was quietly cheering for her as well.  My oldest was stumped on a graphing assignment … Continue reading

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February musings

Homeschooling has certainly kept me busy, but I wish we’d done it at least a year ago.  My daughter is an excellent student and keeps herself on track.  Sensory issues are minimal and rarely interfere with the work.  Her confidence … Continue reading

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Illusions busted

I have not lost my touch as a tough teacher.  About half way through my daughter’s second day of homeschooling, she was complaining about the workload.  I’d say that means it’s just about right.  I think she had a different … Continue reading

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Brand New Homeschooler

A few weeks ago, my husband and I had begun to weigh and consider the pros and cons of homeschooling for our sensory gal.  She’s never fully liked school, although she loves learning and thinks the greatest gifts she can … Continue reading

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