Relationship, Obedience and Homeschooling

being with your kids all day
  Recently, as we were waiting for our daughters at dance class, another mom asked me if my children had started school yet. I explained that we had begun our school year, but we homeschool. In response, she said, “I thought about homeschooling, but in the end, I decided that my relationship with my children

Starting Over When You Didn’t Start Well

okay to stumble in your homeschooling
  At the beginning of each school year we have a back to school potluck and parents meeting. Because there are usually new families, we are asked to introduce ourselves and tell how long we’ve been homeschooling. I skipped that part this year as I hastily introduced myself. It wasn’t intentional but perhaps on a

My Homeschool Journey

homeschooling changed jessica west's life
  I didn’t grow up in a Christian home. (I know non-Christians homeschool too.) I went to public school from kindergarten to ninth grade. I did good in elementary school. But I remember having a lot of anxiety the night before school would start back. I wanted to stay home with my mom. I didn’t

Did I Say That?

Your Words Can Influence The Way Your Children Speak
  Do we realize how often our children mimic our words and attitudes? How many times do we hear ourselves through them? Have you ever sat down and listened to the words that come out of your children’s mouths? Do you hear them repeating things you have said? I know I have. Sometimes it is

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