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Mommy, geek, writer.
SAHM, writer
Contra Costa


Michelle | Stormdragon Academy "In chaos we learn"
Eclectic, tech forward homeschooling with a twice-exceptional learner


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How do YOU say "gifted"? | Mommy Misadventures

by MrsJadeDragon on 02-16-2015 at 03:03 PM

For so many people, the word "gifted" conjures images of success and talent. Which is exactly why we try our best NOT to use it.
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Life with Lilo | Mommy Misadventures

by MrsJadeDragon on 01-19-2015 at 06:32 PM

Lilo & Stitch has long been one of my favorite Disney movies. But as TLE got older, the movie began to take on a new significance as we realized how different TLE was from other kids.


The Costumes We Choose | Mommy Misadventures

by MrsJadeDragon on 10-27-2014 at 08:47 PM
This fall, she’s beginning to realize that what she likes and talks about is very different from what other kids like. She’s also learned that not all kids are willing to be nice about her different view on life. She’s confided in me that she tries not to talk about DNA or vampires or other things because kids often have no idea what she’s talking about. “They don’t want to be my friend when I do that,” she told me.

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5 Things I Wish I Knew As A Homeschooling Newbie

by MrsJadeDragon on 05-13-2014 at 10:15 PM

We’re coming up on the end of May now and the official end of our school year. TLE’s done great and has continually surprised me throughout this journey. If I could go back and give myself advice about what to expect, it would be this:

Homeschooling is a commitment. Uh, duh? I knew that going in. Or at least, I thought

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Five Things I’ve Learned about Homeschooling (So Far)

by MrsJadeDragon on 10-24-2013 at 03:49 PM
We’re about three months in to homeschooling kindergarten now. Here’s the top five things that I’ve learned so far:
Being an integral part of my child’s learning is the most incredible project I have ever been a part of. I wouldn’t trade it for the world. Many people may have a hand in it but there is no one more devoted to success TLE’s education than myself and The Hubs ™. And When She Understands ™ a concept, whether it is one she got immediately or one she struggled with, the surge of

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