My 13 year old epitomizes the term "heavy sleeper." The worst part of my day has always been any time that I have to wake him up. Homeschool definitely makes that part easier because I can try to let him wake up naturally. Not always, though, because he has been known to sleep all day. … Continue reading I Hate Waking My Son Up
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Turns Out That There Is Room For More In The Parker Academy.
So, after much deliberation and discussion, we have decided to homeschool Lizzie and Antwan, too!I wrote a really long and wordy blog about how it all went down. But, then I re-read it and realized that it was boring. haha. So, here's the upshot. Brian and I talked to each other. And, we talked to … Continue reading Turns Out That There Is Room For More In The Parker Academy.
Is There Room For More In The Parker Academy?
Of course, now that we home school one child, the idea of home schooling all of them has crossed our minds. We love Lizzie and Antwan's school, but the idea of having them home with me is enticing, for sure. I have all my important reasons. If we home schooled, I wouldn't have to get them up early … Continue reading Is There Room For More In The Parker Academy?
Turns Out When You Homeschool, They’re Always At Home!
We home school. It still doesn't roll off my tongue. But, it sure does consume my thoughts. As soon as our decision was made, we started the process. I made the appropriate calls. I sent in the appropriate paperwork. I registered him on the appropriate virtual learning website. I turned in his books. Then, we waited. He had … Continue reading Turns Out When You Homeschool, They’re Always At Home!
They Think My Son Is Dangerous…Really?
I can't even. I suddenly understand what that means. Because, after going through our first (and, hopefully, last) discipline committee meeting....I can't even. But, I will, because this would be a pretty pointless blog post, otherwise. ;)The day did not go as I expected. I expected it to be stressful. I expected to look down at … Continue reading They Think My Son Is Dangerous…Really?