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But seriously, I'm sharing this because I am so in love with it!
See if any of this sound familiar:
Question #1: Do your kids like to build forts?
That's a silly question. All kids like to build forts.
Question #2: Are you tired of them taking over your living room, taking your BEST and HEAVIEST books from the shelves and using them as anchors for blankets that are draped over couches, recliners, and stolen kitchen chairs?
Question #3: Are you tired of said books falling on the floor and getting their spines broken when someone's foot snags on a blanket?
It is safe to say that I have wept over many a book's death due to this terrible practice.
Question #4: Do you love to see kids pretend and use their imaginations?
That is seriously one of my FAVORITE things on earth!
If you have answered "yes" to any of these questions, you MUST read on! I'm about to change your life. And if you answered "no". . . what's up with your weird kids? ;)
There are as many ways to homeschool as there are ways to be a mother. I am still learning and growing myself, but I am often asked, “Where do I start?” In this article, I would like to share what I have learned so far.
Having met many successful homeschooling families over the years, I have watched them carefully. The main elements I see them all apply are clarity, preparation and dedication.
Hi, I'm Jen! I adore chocolate, I'd rather read than clean my house, and I haven't seen my abs in I-don't-know-how-long. But I love my husband and kids to death and try to Raise The Good within myself and my family by making wise and uplifting media choices and having a deliberate family culture. You are probably doing the same thing. Let's share what works with each other!
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