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Love this. This author could be me...plus a husbandand extra kid. Regardless, I relate to her.

Weed 'em & Reapfrom Weed 'em & Reap

What is Unschooling

traditional-vs-unschooling

Creative With Kidsfrom Creative With Kids

Parenting an Angry Child

Parenting an Angry Child. I realized that THIS is our relationship. He will not be my easy child. He just won’t. I will not wake up one day knowing all the answers. There will be no magic pill that says, “Here, now you are both ready to be with each other and it will be so easy.” And, you know, I finally felt a little bit of peace about that.

Living Without School (Unschooling): "Seeing value in what children want to learn. Read our story, reasoning and experiences..."

Unschooled Children and Power: Some thoughts on raising self-authoring, compassionate individuals - from Life Learning Magazine

The Kid Counselor™from The Kid Counselor™

10 Things Not to Say to Your Kids

10 Things Not to Say to a Child -- great advice on how to re-phrase common parenting statements to be more positive and productive...

Rethinking Tattling~Tattling is, in effect, a child seeking wise counsel for a situation they don’t know how to handle. When faced with a conflict that just weeks or months earlier would have resulted in tears or snatching or hitting or some combination of all three, a child who has matured and begun to develop some self-control is learning to stop and think instead of just react. How should we respond?

Racheous - Respectful Learning & Parentingfrom Racheous - Respectful Learning & Parenting

Why We Homeschool

Why We Homeschool/Unschool

ChecklistMommy - wow I think I love this blog. She is honest, funny, and says some really great things about parenting. (don't understand the whole blacking out of the eyes thing though)

No Time For Flash Cardsfrom No Time For Flash Cards

50 Ways To Teach Your Child To Read

50 great and simple ideas to help your child learn to read. Links to more detailed resources too .

It’s trying when your child has upsets again and again over the same darned issue! Perhaps it’s being afraid to go into an upstairs room alone, refusing to share during play dates, hating homework, whining first thing every single morning, … Continue reading →