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Homeschool Moms

Moms talk about why we chose to homeschool.

Mothers talk about the reasons why they homeschool their children, the benefits to moms homeschooling.

Patience
AN A TO Z ARTICLE
By Barbara Frank. When people find out that I homeschool my children, they almost always say something along the lines of, “I could never do that. You must be a really patient person.”

The best thing about homeschooling – it’s TIME
Time to laugh together. Time to play games together.
Time to just sit with a child and be quiet together. Time to call your own.
By Marty Layne.

18 Reasons Why Doctors and Lawyers Homeschool Their Children
I’m going public today with a secret I’ve kept for a year-my husband and I are homeschooling our children. I never dreamed we would become homeschoolers. by Kathleen Berchelmann, M.D.

40 Reasons I Homeschool
I shared a few things that rolled off the top of my head and I will be printing this to go in my planner. What about you? What reasons keep you getting up I the morning with a can do spirit? Hugs and love ya. Tina.

How Feminism Has Left SAHMs Behind
Because I chose this stay-at-home mom thing for my own self-actualization, and that of my children, it’s as feminist of a choice as any. I’m a breastfeeding activist. By Elizabeth Broadbent. Ph.D. dropout and crunchy mama, Elizabeth has three boys, ages 5, 3, and 1; two dogs, sizes large and larger, and one husband, disposition saintly.

I, too, Cry in the Night
I remember the first time of many times I cried, certain that I was ruining my son’s life with my oddball ideas and non-traditional approach. I think Thumper was 2 years old at the time. By Gail Nagasako. (Thumper made the X-Games rollerblading team in 2004.)


Oh, the Places You’ll Go!
I had no idea one day I would homeschool my children. I had no idea homeschooling would become almost a calling on my life. I certainly had no idea that years later this book would reduce me to tears for how fully it articulated this journey of homeschooling. By Heather Sanders.

The Public School Parents’ Guide to Homeschool Parents
I’d like to make some homeschool mom confessions (at least, as relates to this homeschool mom). Oh, and the title just sounded fun. No negative implications intended there at all. Some of my best friends and favorite relatives are public school parents.

The “Right” Way to Homeschool
Before I pulled my eight and ten year old children out of the school system, I had become friends with a neighbor who was already homeschooling. I asked her if I could come over one day, to “watch” so I could “see” how they homeschooled. By Leslie Murgatroyd.

That Crazy Mother
What is it about becoming a parent that turns a reasonably polite, discreet woman into a guerrilla warrior for her child? By Peggy O’Mara, Publisher/Editor, Mothering Magazine.


What do you find most surprising about home education?
Cafi Cohen enumerates: 1) There are many ways to succeed; 2) Home education is extremely flexible; and 3) Homeschooling radically changed our lifestyle.

Why Homeschooling Mothers Are Superior
A lot of people wonder how Chinese homeschooling parents raise such stereotypically successful kids. I can tell you why homeschooling mothers are superior as a response to “Why Chinese Mothers Are Superior.”


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