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    We are having a much smoother week. Maths done with only good-natured complaint! and voluntary learning of the 6 and 7 times tables. A short story written. A self-initiated geography project being done. Hugs. Testament to taking a good, hard look at how you yourself are contributing to problems with a child, I guess.

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    Yay for a better week!
    Cara, homeschooling one
    Raven, ds 10, all around intense kid
    Orion, floundering recent graduate
    22 yo dd, not at home
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    That's awesome!
    -Hampchick (aka Dawn)
    Eclectic homeschooler of EJ (8) and JD (5.5)
    I sometimes blog: Meandering Homeschool

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    Wonderful!
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    That's great!!!!!
    Batman--9, ASD, private school for now, afterschooling w/ R&S Math & Grammar, Memoria Lit., CHOW, Mr. Q Science
    Robin--7, PS and loving it, afterschooling history and science with brother.


    "When we remember we are all mad, the mysteries disappear and life stands explained."-Mark Twain

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    Had one of those moments myself tonight (the self-analysis, that is). Glad to hear it's going well for you both.
    Dad (39) to 2 DSs Hurricane (aka Nathan, 11) and Tornado (aka Trevor, 7)
    He likes to think he knows what he's doing. Please don't burst his bubble by telling him otherwise...

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    that's wonderful!
    Home Learning since July 2005. Currently homeschooling my youngest (dd10)
    while my two oldest (dd 17 & ds 15) attend public senior high school (they both homeschooled until grade 9).

    Come and visit us at Life on Prince Edward Island.

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    Great to hear, Melissa!
    Mama to one son (12)

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    Kudos to ya!
    Kylie

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    Eclectically Home Schooling 3 Kiddos Down Under ~ DS 14 ~ DD 11 ~ DS 7

    “Criticism is something you can easily avoid by saying nothing, doing nothing, and being nothing.” ~Aristotle

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    Hooray! You are a fantastic mom.
    4 kids. 2 launched - Fabulous Daughter (FD) and Eldest Son (ES); 2 in the nest - Boy1 (B1) 11/14/98 & Boy Other One (BOO) 12/16/00

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