We have been blessed with two wonderful daughters that sparkle our days with their ingenuity, their sense of humor and their love for God, us, and each other. Their smiles can light a room (and I’ve been told this, 😉
I taught for six years in the Texan Public School System, and I don’t see me as a detractor but as a constructive critical thinker about education, schools, and strongly interested in educational principles, methods, and connected with other parents who blog about their experience educating at home and simply discussing topics such as math, Charlotte Mason, early childhood, the Bible, politics (yes, I have strong opinions but try to be gentle when I voice them).
It may sound strange to many, but I couldn’t envision life different than this. I just have continued with my role as a mother and teacher and plan to keep it as much as we believe it’s our duty and call to do. My husband envisions homeschooling as a beneficial way to take care of our daughters and to provide for their physical, emotional, and intellectual needs.
We enjoy living life together, cooking and eating meals together, playing, reading books, drawing, taking walks, conversing, WORSHIPING our Lord together…we home school as a way of life, a blessed and privileged life style that makes us all grow in our abilities as persons and our service to Christ.