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Tears of a Homeschooling Parent

Tears of a Homeschooling Parent
I have known a handful of parents who are always confident in their abilities and mission and good for them; I'm glad someone is able to always be strong! But it wasn't that way for me - sometimes I lacked homeschool confidence. I had moments of uncertainty and doubt and there were times when I cried. Almost all of my homeschool friends have also had tough times.This post contains affiliate links. If you click and buy I may make a few pennies, but...
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Guest — Karen
Thanks to you Lee, and to Wendy for sharing this. I can so relate. It's encouraging to be reminded that others understand and God ... Read More
Thursday, 30 May 2013 21:38
Guest — Pam
I feel very blessed to read this today. I know I'm not the only one who despairs in this hs journey sometimes, but sometimes it fe... Read More
Tuesday, 22 November 2011 21:49
Guest — Lee
Lois, There can be some difficult, difficult times. Remember that joy comes in the morning - and it WILL get better, even though... Read More
Tuesday, 22 November 2011 13:46
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January Homeschool Burnout

January Homeschool Burnout
January is a tough time for everyone.  I was chatting online with a mom who is facing some family challenges. Hi Lee,I remember the article or blog you had saying that January was a difficult month. With so much going on in my life I am amazed we have gotten anything done but I feel like we are doing the minimum if anything. It has gotten as boring as public school to them. The field trips...
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Guest — Chris Whittington
Hi Lee (and Karen) It is a real shame when high school kids get it into their heads that they're either not interested in school,... Read More
Thursday, 03 February 2011 14:38
Guest — Lee
Yes! My computer science engineering son thinks it's WONDERFUL! He sends me the link almost every month and says "tell homeschoo... Read More
Tuesday, 01 February 2011 11:21
Guest — Sandy Grant
On the lines of beginning computer animation/programming my kids REALLY love to use the Scratch program created by MIT. It is fre... Read More
Tuesday, 01 February 2011 11:16
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