Homeschool, Houses, and Hamilton

I haven't blogged in a long time. It is a little ironic to me that the last time that I did post, we were officially in Covid life and, weeks and weeks later...we still are. For the most part, life has been boring. But, I'm not complaining as one alternative to boring could be illness … Continue reading Homeschool, Houses, and Hamilton

Home School, Take 2.

Wow, homeschool.  I've been homeschooling since August and I've learned a few things.  I've learned that I have much to learn, I've learned that homeschooling takes up a lot of your time (hence the serious shortage of blogging and posting), and I've learned that I really do love having my kids home with me.  In … Continue reading Home School, Take 2.

Protecting My Sensitive Child

There are many difficult things about being a parent.  Watching your child suffer while feeling powerless to stop it ranks up there.  William has always had it rough.  Rough compared to his siblings, rough compared to his friends, and rough, in general.  He lives in a house with an older brother who is naturally good … Continue reading Protecting My Sensitive Child

You Don’t Have To Be Perfect To Adopt A Teenager. Got That Covered.

Why don't people want to adopt teenagers? Is it because my teenager got mad at me several times the other day for reasons that didn't seem reasonable to me (but obviously to him)? Is it because they come with memories and issues and firmly established personalities? Is it because it's harder to entertain them? Is it because they … Continue reading You Don’t Have To Be Perfect To Adopt A Teenager. Got That Covered.