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Hello Friend! It is my hope that you will find encouragement for your homeschooling journey in my posts. Being a mom isn’t an easy job and adding homeschooling to your plate brings an extra challenge to your already full days.
Before my mom days...
I was an elementary teacher before I became a mom. Because I loved reading and teaching, I invested in a masters degree (Curriculum & Instruction, emphasis on literacy).
As a mom, I sometimes wish I’d skipped all those classes. They aren’t essential to what I’m doing today. In fact I sometimes get hung up on the “school” part of homeschool because of my background.
But at that time, I was teaching in a combined third and fourth grade classroom and loving it. Little did I know, that a handsome church pianist on a Harley would swoop in and change all my plans. He likes to point out that the Harley Fat Boy was a chick magnet despite being in the repair shop when we first met.
Now I'm a stay at home mom.
These days I am at home with our two girls. Every day is a new adventure full of unexpected events and conversations! We started our homeschool journey when Miss T. (pseudonym to protect privacy) was preschool age and Miss R. quickly joined in.
You don't need to be a teacher to homeschool!
I’ve heard moms say they don’t feel qualified to teach. PLEASE don’t believe that lie! You are qualified! You are your child’s first teacher. Without you, your child would not know how to use a spoon, drink from a cup, use the bathroom, wash hands, be kind, or … just think of all you have modeled and practiced with your child–that is teaching!
We are on this journey together.
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May your day be full of blessings!