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July 23, 2009


Jennifer in TX

Thanks, Bridget, for these posts....they are good reminders for me! I also am going to pass them on to a friend of mine who just expressed interest in homeschooling. :)
God bless!


Nice post, Bridget!


A great series of posts! I especially love your line about "raising saints one diaper...at a time." Thanks!

Tracy Ventura

Thank you for your thoughtful posts. We are entering my 2nd year of HS and this year we will have girls in K, 3, 6 and my son is 2. You offer such great advice and guidance. I LOVE your comment about the days when you just can't school (doctor appt, unexpected death, etc). "On those days, life is the lesson. Family life, your domestic church, is the perfect place to practice the corporal and spiritual works of mercy." You could not say it more beautifully. Blessings to you and your family as you begin your new year. Tracy


Great article:) Thanks for sharing all four parts. Good information too as we're expecting our fourth child around Thanksgiving and starting officially in Kindergarden w/our oldest after Labor Day.


I stumbled upon your blog tonight after my family's first day of homeschooling. I have been apprehensive that this is the "right" decision for our family. Although things went well today, I found myself discouraged and bogged down with worries about homeschooling.

Coming across this post truly helped me. I feel a little relieved and definitely uplifted, especially after reading the last paragraph. Thank you and God bless!

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