Architect, farmer, and now homeschooler, I am juggling working full time with teaching our daughter, too. Luckily my husband is in on the action and I work from home three days a week. We will homeschool year-round by doing our teaching in the evenings and on weekends. Our methods are of the eclectic mold.
We fall into the category of "accidental homeschoolers" in that our daughter's private school could not adequately address her learning needs. Homeschooling quite frankly was the last resort. Like everything, however, we are excited by the challenge.
Besides building things and schooling, I run a small CSA (food share) with chickens, milk goats and year-round greenhouses. I am also a voracious reader...though lately *all* I have been reading about is homeschooling!
Fiber arts, cheesemaking, beekeeping, soap-making, year-round gardening, and cooking
Year five! Singleton 7th grade dd. Science and history with all other subjects supporting 'em. Eclectic-ish.
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