We are huge Harry Potter fans in this house. In fact, I wrote an honest letter to J.K. Rowling about how much we love the series and appreciate her for it. That said, Harry Potter can be pretty divisive in certain homeschool settings. If you want to see a group of moms clam up really quick tell them that you let your kid read Harry Potter. It’s almost comical. Suddenly you are viewed through a different lens and seen as a different kind of mom. This drives me insane. Today I want to talk about these divisive reasons and why I chose to let me kid read Harry Potter.
This letter has been a long time coming. I hope that I can communicate what I know is on my heart and the hearts of many fans. Here is my honest letter to J.K. Rowling.
An Honest Letter to J.K. Rowling
This year my daughter decided to conquer the entire Harry Potter book series. To say this geek mom is proud would be an understatement. In fact, when we sat down to plan out our salt dough ornaments this year we both knew we had to do something truly Harry Potter inspired. That’s where the idea for these DIY Harry Potter Ornaments was born. They are very simple to make and tons of fun!