One of the things that sticks out the most is that every child learns differently. What worked for my girls did not necessarily work for my boys. What worked for my first born does not necessarily work for my last kiddo. So how exactly do you school that strong willed child? I have been homeschooling my kids, four of them now, for over 15 years. That’s a lot of school. And I have learned a lot of valuable lessons during that time. Too many to name. But one of the things that sticks out the most is that every...Read More
Author: Michele Pleasants
Needless to say, I have spent the past years making sure I not only wrote down the recipes I love and use often, but also making sure the girls could follow those recipes. But some reason, I recently had a mommy panic moment – had I actually taught my girls how to plan meals from start to finish? Could they budget, shop AND cook for a week for a family? Did you grow up cooking? I did not. Don’t get me wrong, my mom cooked a lot – I just did not spend a lot of time in the...Read More
There were days early in our our homeschooling years that were hard. Like call-your-husband-and-tell-him-the-kids-would-be-waiting-in-the-driveway-for-him-when-he-got-home hard. You know what I mean- the you-are-going-to-the-worst-public-school-I-can-find-tomorrow hard. Crying, crying and more crying. And not just the kids! Is it just me that can relate? Anyone? Seriously. One of those very days I made a big announcement, in a not so quiet voice to my children: You are part of this team or not. Either start rowing or get out of the boat and swim away. Read the Full Article on Family, Faith, and...Read More
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