I'm pretty sure that I was bitten by the "teacher bug" shortly after birth. I can still picture the 1950's-era school desks that my grandmother had in her basement and remember the joy that I got from "teaching" my younger cousins. My lessons were complete with handwritten worksheets, manipulatives, and report cards. I'm not sure how much my cousins enjoyed these lessons, but they were always good sports and willing victims students. I can remember sitting in a circle on the floor with a bunch of kids at my younger sister's birthday party; she would have been 5 and I was almost 13. I was Continue Reading...This post may contain affiliate links. See my full disclosure policy.
Hello everyone! I'm Whitney and I'm so excited to be joining the contributing writer family here at Managing Your Blessings! I'll be sharing about homeschooling an only child and I look forward to getting to know you all as we travel this homeschooling journey together. I thought I would jump right into this topic by sharing a little about how we came to be an only-child family. My husband and I have one son who is 11-years-old. When people meet our family for the first time they usually ask a question or make a comment about the fact that we only have one child. Many times the question is Continue Reading...This post may contain affiliate links. See my full disclosure policy.