Question & Answer

In this episode of At Home, Jennifer Dees leads a fun Q and A session with all the ladies.
We talk about everything from how to handle home schooling slumps, how we get errands
done during the day, and even what math curriculum we use.
You’ll get a better idea about who are the more structured ladies in the group, and who do a
little more “flying by the seat of their pants”. Any guesses as to who is who?
This was our 5 th recording of the night, and it was midnight when we recorded this particular
episode, so we might sound a little tired. Or silly. Or both.
But we really hope this episode helps you get to know us a little better. And that we can
offer you some encouragement and inspiration in your role as moms and home educators.

**We’d also like to say thank you for all the support you’ve shown us with this podcast. We’re
having so much fun! Its hard to believe this is our 10th episode. We’re so grateful for the way
you’ve all rallied around us and let us know you’ve enjoyed each one. You guys are the best!**

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  1. Thank you, thank you, thank you for your comments on the fact that it is ok to miss your kids and to want to be with them. I’ve spent too much time feeling like there’s something wrong with me not wanting to send my kids to traditional school so I can have more “me time”. As wonderful as it does sound…I know I would miss them. It is so refreshing to hear that my feelings are not “wrong”. Thank you so much for putting it out there!!

  2. THANK YOU so much for this podcast. I feel so very much better about… everything. I can’t explain to anyone why we homeschool – we just are. I often feel like other homeschoolers have a much firmer grasp of their “why” and mine is something like “because I said so.” Maybe that persistent tap on my shoulder to homeschool is really the Holy Spirit pointing me in that direction. I don’t know. I only know that it’s what we’re going to do for the foreseeable future.
    I also cried hearing that you missed your child dropping her off at school. I felt so very much like that. I HATED sending my son to school. I spent the entire time he was gone counting minutes until I could go get him back. I felt really selfish that I wanted to “keep him to myself.” Thanks for helping me to feel that I’m not the only one. Nearly all of my friends think I’m utterly insane for always wanting to be with my kids and I usually don’t care. But it was so wonderful to hear someone else felt that way. Thank you again. I feel so validated and understood. Much love to you girls!

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