Public School ( Have to brag the best in the district) lol
I am lucky to have him because of the Love between him and I. His smile just brightens up my day sometimes. Like a Lamb because He's quiet but has a ton of personality. Like a Lion because He is a leader in all he does. I love this about him.
Welcome Misty! How nice to have a homeschooler on board. I am reading Mary Ostyn's book "Sane Woman's Guide to Raising a Large Family" and wishing for a do-over since my large family is mostly grown. She homeschools her 10 children. We homeschooled two of our children at different points in their lives and it was the right choice for those two.
I'm KC and have been a SAHM since my first baby was born and now have 3 kids
DD1 is 7 and in first grade. She's lamb-like in how she cares for and interacts with her family and friends but is as competitive as a lion.
DS turned 5 last month and is in Pre-K. He's pretty much a calm gentle lamb in every aspect of life.
DD2 just turned 2 and is all lion all the time, except when she's sleeping.
I'm lucky to have each of them and have grown as they have grown. We've opted to go private for their education and couldn't be happier with the small, loving and personally challenging environment our school provides.
Your oldest sounds like my 14 yo at that age. Unfortunately, now she is 14 and there is very little lamb like about her these days except her tendency to burst into tears. She still loves her family though-her competitive streak shows big time though.
I am OneAndDone. I had one miracle baby at 45 and am happy with my one miracle. He just turned 6 and is in kindergarten now. We are lucky to have moved into a neighborhood that got reassigned to a great public school, so he's receiving an excellent education. I am lucky to have him because he was our last try before we accepted that we would have no children. I had a DVT two weeks post-partum, and so I am lucky to watch him grow up and I am lucky that he knows his mother. My child is like a lamb because he's gentle and friendly. My child is like a lion when he doesn't get his way, although he's getting better about that.
I agree. In this program they focus on keeping the child ahead. The class the work consists of reading on higher levels, mathematics on a higher level, etc... I look at it as a free tutoring session because he is learning more advanced school work which has kept him over acheiving in school. He was accepted to participate in a Mathematics Competition that includes different states and kids across the board. These are the things I feel like he is able to due because of that class. Overall its just a nice esteem booster for him. He is proud in all he does with his work.
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