When I was little, especially late at night, I could get myself into a tailspin. I’d worry about all kinds of things. And, because I was a chatty little kid (surprise, surprise!), I’d go to my mom.
“What if things don’t work out?”
“What if they don’t like me?”
“What … Continue reading
Debbie Harbeson, from Indiana, runs a blog that interviews homeschooling families: Homeschooling: Freedom and Fun For Your Family Catch a glimpse inside the lives of families living in educational freedom! This blog is a showcase of short, fun interviews of homeschooling families of all types from all … Continue reading
Unschoolers spend lots of time together – and for the most part, it’s an exciting fun adventure! Yet sometimes, even the best unschooling mom can get tired or distracted. Consider these scenarios… When I was little, I was one of those children who talked a lot and LOUDLY. I can … Continue reading
I was asked if we used the community much with regards to how the kids learned.
Short answer: Yes. Long answer (and I mean LONG)…read this: One of the BEST reasons to homeschool is the ability to get out into the community with your children during the daytime. Lines … Continue reading
When we lived in Alaska, a small horse stable was located on the outskirts of the Air Force base. We’d have to pass it everyday, as we drove in toward the neighborhoods. Alyssa was mesmerized. She and Ron would identify which horses … Continue reading