A Day in the Life #3 – The Bartch Family

I’ve known since before we ever got pregnant that I wanted to homeschool. I’m not really sure why I wanted to homeschool back then, other than my husband’s mom was homeschooling his little brother. I also have a good friend who was a public teacher that was planning on homeschooling her future kids.
Do to life circumstances, I had to work when Bug was little. But I was able to arrange work schedules so I could bring him home from daycare when he was 3.

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A Day In the Life #1: The Jones Family

What was once anti-social and awkward with other children became very, very social, playful and creative. I was delighted to see him thinking of various ideas and leading his sister in imaginary play… They would explore outside and run inside asking if they could use the computer to research a particular creature they found–and I dared not interrupt! At one point he became insatiably interested in crocheting and would sit eagerly to crochet his own designs for hours on end–and I dared not interrupt!

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Welcome!

All Mid-Willamette Valley homeschoolers are welcome here. Regardless of your religion (or lack-thereof), family structure, or homeschooling style – if you are in the area and want to participate, join right in!

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