Homeschooling is an amazing adventure! You get to be there for the highs and the lows. There are days when you get to celebrate wins and days when you just want to pull out your hair. With homeschooling there is much more time together than if you made a different schooling choice. Here’s the thing. I am an introvert and peopling can get beyond exhausting. It gets even more tiring when my mini me’s start talking at 6 AM and don’t stop ALL day. People often ask, “why is quiet time important?” I quickly found out the importance of quiet time.
I have been homeschooling for over 6 years now. It has been beautiful and exhausting. In that time I have heard so many different comments on the enemy of homeschool. Some say common core is the enemy. Others blame the school system. Others blame the government. After all this time, I have to believe there is a bigger enemy. It is a quiet one attacking in anonymity and leaving behind wreckage that often isn’t shared. Let me tell you a little bit about the real enemy of homeschool.
The Real Enemy of Homeschool
Today I am so excited to have Renee and Carson Durand from Disney By Age guest posting on the blog. We are huge Disney fans in this house and I love to share Disney tips, crafts, and ideas with you. However, it’s no secret that we no longer have babies and toddlers running around. My youngest is seven and quite independent. I was talking a bit with the amazing people at Disney By Age and we agreed that they wlould be a better fit to share how to take your baby or toddler to Disney World like a pro. I hope that you enjoy this post and hop over to see more of what they are posting after you finish reading.