Dear checker, Thank you for boldly being your unique self. My son needs to see as many people like you as he can. I chose your line on purpose. It wasn’t because you had less people waiting. It was because you were you. You were … Continue reading You Are Fabulous
Santa Claus and the tooth fairy have recently died. Who knows who’s next. My son and I are okay with this. He asks honest questions and I give honest answers. He knows this. So, I know he was ready when he asked. Funny thing about … Continue reading He Knows
Memorable conversations from our day yesterday are a perfect example of this unschooling journey we’re on. I want to share some with you. The first was on our drive to work, where I talked with B about how we have two weeks left at my … Continue reading A Regular Unschool Day
Today is Earth Day. The lesson my son took away from today came in the spaces in between. This is the nature of unschooling though. I picked out a lot of our books this morning, before he woke up, about topics related to recycling, rain … Continue reading Hardest Lesson Learned
I found a Meetup group that was for vegetarian families and they were having an event soon. Since it seemed like it might be fun and I’m lacking in a sense of community, I put in a request to join. The short application asked questions … Continue reading On The Fringe
Why in the world do we have so many pets? Anyone who’s been to our home or seen my Instagram knows we have a lot of pets. I suppose that wouldn’t be strange if we lived on a farm or something but we rent half … Continue reading So Many Pets!
I’ve come to the conclusion recently, after years of being told not to, that I do care what people think. Honestly, I believe it’s an inherent human adaptation. We live in groups, whether it’s a family, community or country. As children, this is how a … Continue reading I Care What You Think