As parents we all want to raise our children in the ways of the Lord, to teach them His ways, to teach them His story. But there is so much to do, to read, to share. Where do we start? We start and end with the good news. But what exactly is this good news?
This is Falcon’s daily lesson schedule. It looks pretty heavy but he devised this schedule by himself. Falcon is a stickler for abiding by the schedule… down to the minute almost. You can imagine that this trait drives me batty. But it’s how he works best.
Last week was our first week back at school lessons. With rambo at school, Falcon and I are homeschooling… establishing a new routine. This is the first time I have ever homeschooled one child at a time. It’s all a bit new to me. It’s all new to Falcon too as he is the youngest child and has always had his older siblings around to keep him company and provide lots of distractions.
I’ve sensed the change coming. I’ve prepared for it. And now the change is here. A typical season even has a different atmosphere during the beginning, middle and end of that season. And over the last few weeks we have been in the transition between the end of one season and the beginning of another. Whilst I don’t want to hurry these last few moments of this season I also don’t want to cling to it when the change from one season to another is a necessary part of life. John and I have observed our son, continually prayed about his needs and decided that it is time. Time where his needs will be best met by going to school.
The Lamb, is beautifully illustrated which will take you on a remarkable journey from Creation to the Cross, explaining the true significance of the baby in a manger. The free ebook and audio available at GoodSeed.
Jotham’s Journey, Tabitha’s Travels, and Bartholomew’s Passage are written for ages 9years and upwards. It all begins with Jotham and it continues in Bartholemew’s Passage culminating in a wondrous story called Tabitha’s Travels.
A Park Meet is an opportunity for experienced homeschoolers to share with enquiring or new homeschoolers. Its a great opportunity to meet new people and demonstrate to an often sceptical mainstream how great the homeschool lifestyle can be.