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    You couldn't pay me enough to do this. It would take time away from your own girls and disrupt their home space. Your paying customer (though a friend) would likely have the unreasonable expectations that you place her child first, whether conscious or unconscious. It would damage your relationship. My husband left a job that paid more than 100K to homeschool our child -- we miss the income, but our new situation is worth more than any paycheck.
    Last edited by Bham Gal; 01-25-2017 at 02:17 AM.

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