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Tuesday, September 26, 2017

4th Week of Homeschool Co-op and Other Happenings

Time passes both slowly and quickly when you’re super busy. We are in our 4th week of homeschool co-op and, for the most party, things seem to be going pretty well. No one is struggling more than usual and the angst level is about the same as it was last year.

working on homework at the kitchen tablePeter working on his homework with moral support from the animals.

We are busier than than last year. We are out of the house multiple days week and the kids have multiple activities going on. My husband says this is likely to be our busiest year between preparing to launch our oldest and all that entails while balancing the needs of everyone else.

Your 17-year-old is looking at colleges, preparing to take the SAT again in October, organizing his Eagle Scout project, and so on. It’s hard to believe we are at the end of this segment of his journey.

Last weekend, the two oldest kids went to Comicon.

All dressed for comicon

Yesterday, our third child celebrated his 12th birthday. That’s him up near the top of this post.

The other day my husband and I had a long talk about life, the universe, and everything.  We’re both very proud of our children. We’re happy we’ve been able to give them a stable home life and a great home education. I have no real regrets and I’m looking forward to continuing through the next 10 years, whether it be with the co-op or independently.

How are things going in your homeschool?

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