..encouraging women in their high calling of being keepers at home, help meets to their husbands, and nurturing, loving mothers to their children..
Thanks for stopping by, my friend. :)
There is a huge difference, isn't there? I love the home educating lifestyle. As long as I don't compare my school to others, I do fine!
So true, Jen. It's about OUR family. And what works for other families probably wouldn't work for ours anyway. :)Hope you have a wonderful school year. :)
You know Lisa, it takes many years of schooling and of confidence in yourself, to be able to make this statement and believe it! :)I know it took me over 10 years before I can feel confident enough that yes, my sons did learn, and they are doing quite well. Growing up without the pressure of peers that have no idea who and what they are.When I stopped 'doing school' is when my children truly began to grasp the concept of learning and the calmness and peace began to reign in my humble home.They go about their day knowing what needs to be done without any nagging from me. They are responsible for their work and take great satisfaction when something is completed on time and without hassle. Oh the stories I could share....Thank you for posting this my friend!m.
Hello my friend,It does take some time to build confidence, doesn't it?And oh, I would love to hear your stories! Can I expect to see a post anytime soon? ;) Love and prayers to you.
Good Morning Lisa, AMEN to that! Have a great learning day!! I just finished writing out our first week of homeschooling schedule, ready to start Sept. 4. All systems are "GO". :) ♥
Good afternoon, Jane,We had a wonderful day. :)Oh - a brand spankin' new schedule! I love those! :)Can't wait to hear about your first day.Much love to you!
So glad you stopped in, Jedidja! :)
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