Homeschooling is a huge part of our home life. While education of our children is obviously a key element to this, it is a lifestyle that has allowed our family to step off the culture, expectation driven conveyor belt of American life to design a world that may not have been “easy” or understood, but ours. This page, selfishly is for me as an electronic scrapbook, but also for you fellow homeschooler or perhaps someone considering homeschooling as an insider’s lens to how our home embraces this lifestyle of learning.
Our Homeschool Mantra written July 23, 2013
We homeschool to give our planet a chance, to change the world, to reintegrate our relationship to the Natural World.
We homeschool to give our kids a fighting chance to see, experience and live a life in touch with time, family, being outdoors, focused on the heart and not achieving.
We homeschool to keep connection at the forefront of all our actions.
We homeschool to remove our children from indoctrination.
We homeschool because we believe the public school no longer meets the needs of the current student.
We homeschool to choose adventure.
We homeschool to mentor our daughters in how to think, not what to think.
We homeschool to help our three young ladies find their voices, not be an echo chamber.
We homeschool because it was destined to be part of our story.
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