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Jan 27, 2017

I watched the other moms from the basketball team laugh about a joke I didn’t get. Something about the school counselor or someone who forgot to bring treats for the class party–again. It stings a little, being the outsider. We’re beings created to feel like we belong to a group of people.

I love homeschooling, I’m not saying I want to give that up just to get the joke, but it’s worth noting that there are things people don’t tell you when you start homeschooling–the hard stuff no one wants to mention.

Listen or read more at http://www.aliciahutchinson.com/2016/03/the-hardest-parts-of-homeschooling-that/

Jan 20, 2017

I had one of those stellar mommy moments a few weeks ago. You know the ones, right? Where you are just not at your best and your frustrations (with yourself and them) only escalates your behavior into something you would rather soon forget.

Please tell me I am not the only one.

Listen or read the rest at https://edsnapshots.com/dealing-with-the-homeschool-meltdown/

Jan 13, 2017

I am just so glad he didn’t sit on the line …

All those years ago — the pre-school teacher would hold me after class:

“Mrs. Anderson,” she’d say in a patient tone … (I was 29. I felt like I was the one in trouble.)

“He just doesn’t want to sit on the line during story time.”

During the drive home, my inner rebel would emerge.

What 3 year old does, really?

felt the questions bubble up.

Followed by the ideas.

And now I’m just so glad.

Listen or read more at http://www.karasanderson.com/im-just-so-glad-he-didnt-sit-on-the-line/

Jan 6, 2017

Innovator is my word for this homeschool year.

in·no·va·tor ˈinəˌvādər/ noun 1. a person who introduces new methods, ideas, or products. I am an educational innovator. I am on the cutting edge of bringing education into the 21st century. I am in the practice of creating new methods, ideas, and maybe even products.

And I am not the only one.

The power of educational innovation rests in the hands of every homeschool parent on this planet.

Listen or read more at http://www.notbefore7.com/2016/08/05/unique-power-homeschool-mom-innovation/

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