Homeschooling is one of the most amazing and exhausting adventures you will ever take on. I have been homeschooling since day one for both kids and now have a middle schooler! Where has the time gone? In the homeschool world, there is a constant pressure to be super mom. Guess what, sometimes that doesn’t work. I have been homeschooling with depression and let me tell you, it’s rough but not impossible. Let me share a few of the things I’ve learned and some tips to help you out if you are also homeschooling with depression.
As a family, we have started making family game time more of a priority. It has helped us to turn off the technology and just laugh with each other. Even though I have the reputation as the Incredible Hulk when playing games we tend to have a lot of fun. Because of our love of games, I thought it would be fun to put together this great list for you. Check out the list of my favorite fun games for kids.
Fun Games for Kids
Joining a quality homeschool group is one of the most valuable things I think a homeschool mom can do. You are able to learn from other moms, talk to people who understand, and find answers to a lot of your questions. I am such a strong believer in groups that I created a Facebook-based group so that I could be sure that my readers have a place to feel safe and talk homeschool. That said, I know that homeschool groups can also be an uncomfortable place for some. I often hear and even find myself saying “I’m too…. for my homeschool group.” There are many different things that fill in those blanks and I wanted to address them for a minute.