I joke sometimes that we’re homeschooling ambassadors simply by choosing to homeschool. That can be a positive or a negative, depending on if you enjoy being under a spotlight all the time. I don’t. Today we unexpectedly had a
As the parent of a 2e kiddo, I’ve found that you really have to laser in on the things that matter to see progress. If I’m looking at my kid from the big picture standpoint, it’s depressing. Some things
“Have you tried Cognitive Behavioral Therapy?” he asked. I tried not to sigh. After all, he’s busy, and we only saw this doctor 3 weeks ago. Plenty of time for the details to slip his mind. Except that he
I’ve heard this from so many homeschooling parents – “why test if we’re homeschooling?” I can’t answer for them, but I can tell you why we’re choosing to test our oldest.
If you follow this blog at all, you know that reading has been the bane of the Engineer’s existence. Unlike the stereotypical gifted kid, he didn’t read early. In fact, he didn’t read at all. Not until now. Not until