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    I just wanted to let you know that I agree with your statement about Dad the baker. I thought he seemed really out of line and I'm sorry that he was such a jerk. Good for you for standing up and telling him how rude he sounded! I have gotten weird vibes from his very first post and will be staying out of his way. His attitude really is the exception here, thank goodness! Anyway, just wanted to chime in my support!
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    Thank you so much for the link. I have been navigating for hours, literally. I found a couple online programs that look promising.

    Again, Thank you for taking the time.

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I am secular living in the Heart of Dixie!


Alabama Gulf Coaster,
Learning and loving life with DS 6 and hubby of 21 years

DS is in public school, but we enrich and expand at home


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Finally named our homeschool

by MamaB2C on 07-27-2010 at 02:24 PM
I have been envious of the creative names people have for their homeschools, especially Lagniappe Academy which I think is brilliant on many levels.

Taking inspiration from that, I have named our homeschool Bon Secour Academy.

We live in the town of Bon Secour, on the Bon Secour River, which flows into Bon Secour Bay. So, my first reason for choosing it is location.

On an antique map I have seen, the area was originally called Bon Secours, the literal

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Updated 07-27-2010 at 03:07 PM by MamaB2C


How to choose!

by MamaB2C on 11-13-2009 at 12:18 PM
I have decided to start a more structured preschool in my home starting in January, and am overwhelmed by the choices in curriculum and methods!

How does everyone choose?


by MamaB2C on 11-11-2009 at 12:19 PM
Well, I find I need a place to talk about this without boring the crap out of friends and family. My son is almost 4, and I have been researching homeschooling since he was an infant.

Hubby has acted Devil's Advocate-as always-and is finally coming around to my way of thinking-as always (yes, my doggedness always pays off, even if it takes a long time).

For me, research and presenting my argument like it's a court case are stress preventatives.

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