With 3.6 million high school students graduating this year, I’m sure that means there are a lot of moms and dads who are doing some reflective thinking about the time they spent, or didn’t spend, with their child/children. Rebecca Yarger, home school mom, shares some of her thoughts below as she graduates her 2nd daughter:
As my kids graduate and leave-
It feels surreal.
As a young mom of many,
it really did seem that time moved slowly
Continue reading “As my kids graduate: Intentional Living and Teaching”
I am a planner. I like to know what is coming for the day and the week. I like advanced planning and scheduling. Maybe you know someone that “unschools.” Basically, they have just pulled their kids out of an organized school and are letting the kids run the show. They play, they help mommy make bread, they go to a museum, cut coupons, go shopping and lay around the house. I do not like that kind of home school although a few days off may be needed sometimes. I was a lot more like a drill sergeant! Continue reading “Home school planning and schedules: Get your work done! + Be creative”
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Isn’t it funny how we as a culture have come to dread Mondays? There are whole blogs about embracing Mondays, making Mondays meaningful and encouraging sayings for Mondays. Sometimes I wonder if Adam and Eve sinned on a Monday!
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