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    all my Lads started here.
    Mum of 7 wonderful Lads, partner to FIFO for 23 years and homeschooling in the great state of Western Australia for 11 years.
    Thomas (22) now working FIFO.
    Clancy (19) still wanting an Apprenticeship.
    Jules (19) leaving home in the New Year to live in QLD
    Angus (17) studying Horticulture.
    Morgan (15) at local high school.
    Kelly (12) at home.
    Ira (8) at home.
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    I remember asking my mom what ham was... we were vegetarians
    2nd generation homeschooler!

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    It is a classic. I am also quite fond of Go, Dog. Go!
    Julie,
    Former Homeschooler to two daughters, age 20 and in college and age 12 back in ps.

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    My son must have read 10 Apples Up on Top every day for about a month. Then it was There's a Wocket in My Pocket for a long time.
    Mother of two monkeys...daughter age 10 and son age 11.5.

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    Ten Apples was a favorite here too.

    The first book ds read though was See Otto, which has a bunch of sequels and which we were all obsessed with for awhile. But they're virtually unknown.
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    I think I memorized 10 Apples....

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    1 fish, 2 fish, red fish, blue fish was another favourite around here.
    Mum of 7 wonderful Lads, partner to FIFO for 23 years and homeschooling in the great state of Western Australia for 11 years.
    Thomas (22) now working FIFO.
    Clancy (19) still wanting an Apprenticeship.
    Jules (19) leaving home in the New Year to live in QLD
    Angus (17) studying Horticulture.
    Morgan (15) at local high school.
    Kelly (12) at home.
    Ira (8) at home.
    Living life as a good pagan should, one day at a time, the best way we know how.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AddlepatedMonkeyMama View Post
    My son must have read 10 Apples Up on Top every day for about a month. Then it was There's a Wocket in My Pocket for a long time.
    There's a Wocket in My Pocket sent me into labor! Lol I wish I had a video of that bedtime story. All Dr Seuss books are gold around here, though. DS is a big fan.
    Tina: mama to Eldest DS and Younger DS.

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    I still remember the first time I could actually read "Constantinople" and "Timbuktu".

    My emergent reader is having every bit as much fun as I did. He reads most of the words in all caps and has the rest of them memorized. It's his first "real" book too.

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    DS was obsessed with the Fisher Price little people books. DD Loved Hop on Pop. I still have the Fisher Price books memorized lol. As a matter of fact I still have the books! Theyre almost 19 yrs old! And the Hop on Pop books we gave to my nephew.
    Bobo 13 yrs old - marches to the beat of her own drum, driven, out going and loud, yet she loves nature
    Booger Boy 21 yrs old - quiet, self assured, confident and laying his own path

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