To the mama asking about preschool curriculum in the Facebook group,
I can tell by your post that you’re feeling a little nervous as you take these first steps into the world of homeschooling, whether you intend to homeschool forever or “just for now.” And I know you’ve already spent a lot of time thinking about what you’re looking for, trying to find it, and second-guessing every cart you’ve filled. Before you begin to comb through the two hundred responses you’ve already received on that Facebook post, there are some things you should know.
My youngest daughter will be turning four in November. I had originally planned to repeat Blossom and Root Early Years Vol. 1 with her this year, but this summer something shifted in her. She started
This summer brings with it a bittersweetness that’s difficult to describe. My littlest daughter is beginning to ask about words on the page, point out letters in street signs, and linger longer at the table as I work with her older sister on math. Her tiny voice is full of questions, her games have become more complex and intricate. She’s growing up.
Okay, she’s three. But to me, it’s a lifetime of change