Dear Katharine, My husband and I are becoming missionaries. Our current home is in Hawaii but he spends a lot of time in places like a mountaintop in Ecuador. We have three children and are fairly certain we want to continue home schooling them, although some of our friends say we will waste my missionaryContinue reading “A Week of Answers – Space and Budget Squeeze”
Tired? Sick? Depressed? Worn out?
How can you know?
You should now realize a few changes you need to make.
Oak trees get huge and tough by not being mowed over when they are young and tender.
Some children just are slower, for one reason or another, independent of their setting.
Join me today as I’m guesting for Arkansas Women Bloggers, where I tell a tale of two fostering events. You’ll understand more about the risks, once you’ve read it. ❤
School is almost upon us for the year. That means it is high time to look at your school choices. Especially if you are unhappy with your collective school, you need to think about slipping out of that situation and readying yourself and your children for schooling at home. I hope you’ve spent quality timeContinue reading “It’s School Time.”
If “trying” really means aiming at success, then, how to succeed really is the question. Let’s consider some of the sayings that belong to real success in home schooling. You may be surprised. First, we do not want to do what some moms do, which is merely to take a stab at it. For these moms,Continue reading “Do NOT Try Homeschooling. Part 2”