Bringing your kiddo home?
Here are four things you need to consider when beginning homeschooling:
I compiled a Homeschool Mama Reading List just for you! These books are ones that have taught me everything that has helped me structure my homeschool.
The Top Ten Things this Homeschool Mama would love:
1. An ice cream maker (I promise I’ll start with low fat yoghurt and I’ll only eat it once a week.
2. A torch (I’d like to make my own crème brule).
3. Quiets spaces. Every day. Two hours. No voices. A book, a Gaggia-made coffee, and a cozy blanket. Here’s how I have to organize my homeschool so I get quiet time.
4. Everyone putting their stuff back where it belongs. Hahahah. Anyways…
5. Not discovering pencils and erasers stuck in my new sofa cushions. Or Legos on the stairs. (I have such high expectations.)
6. Coffee brought to me at 7. (And sometimes I did get this when my kids were young.)
7. With an Italian pastry–flavor-filled, no carbs, and no calories.
8. A nag free day. Not because I choose not to nag. Rather because there’d be no reason to nag.
9. A complain-free day. Not because no one would complain, but…yes, actually, because no one would complain.
Most of all, I want four beautiful, charming, clever children….oh wait, I have exactly what I want!Teresa Wiedrick, author of Homeschool Mama Self-Care: Nurturing the Nurturer