We both looked at each other. He spoke first, “it’s a good thing he’s not in public school.” I nodded, relieved that we had gotten to the point that public school wasn’t even an option anymore. “He couldn’t handle
Half of you are probably scratching your head thinking “she’s finally going off the deep end.” Some of you might be annoyed at me for writing this, if you’re familiar with the acronym PANS/PANDAS. Let me explain:
My oldest got the gamer gene. He started off playing on the Wii, mastered the old-school Mario game on his inexpensive game pad, and is begging to play Minecraft. I haven’t even mentioned Fortnight yet. Gaming is fun –
A new semester rolled around at our house: the start of the new school year and our co-op. You’re probably thinking “what!? School already?” Yup, for whatever strange reason, our school district started on the first week of August.
I cringed the moment the words came out of my mouth: “we’re not going to co-op to learn.” Oops. Mom fail. Still, it’s technically true. We go to co-op for all sorts of reasons, but a standard education isn’t