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7 Ways Homeschooling My Kids is Changing Me | Columbia SC Moms Blog

7 Ways Homeschooling My Kids is Changing Me

We started homeschooling for many traditional reasons. We wanted to focus our kids’ education on our faith and have more time as a family. We also chose homeschooling out of concern for some of today’s educational trends, etc., etc. We’ve been in the trenches with our daughter for four years now, and our son will join […]

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School Choice Rally

Parents Know Best in South Carolina Education

Have you noticed bright, yellow scarves this week? It’s not in support of a sports team – schools, organizations and individuals across the nation are gearing up to celebrate education options.  It’s National School Choice Week. In education, one size doesn’t fit all. What’s right for one child might not be the same for another. School Choice […]

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What to Expect When You're Homeschooling - Columbia SC Moms Blog

What to Expect When You’re Homeschooling

It’s back-to-school time, which for me, brings up all sorts of nostalgia and memories of new crayons, new lunchboxes, new clothes, new everything. Like most people in the United States, I grew up attending school. You probably did, too, either public or private. Homeschooling has gained momentum as a movement in the last twenty years, but […]

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Homeschooling While Pregnant - 7 Survival Tips - Columbia SC Moms Blog

Homeschooling While Pregnant :: 7 Survival Tips

If you’ve ever homeschooled during pregnancy, then you know that it can feel downright impossible. Struggling through morning sickness, exhaustion, hormonal changes and mood swings is hard enough without the added pressure of your child’s education hanging in the balance. Halfway through our first year homeschooling, I found out we are expecting baby #3. This […]

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Simple Words That Impact Moms the Most - Columbia SC Moms Blog

Simple Words That Impact Moms the Most

When I first started homeschooling, I was apprehensive about facing public response. I have vivid memories from my childhood of strangers reacting to our family’s educational choices. Homeschooling back in the dark ages of the 80’s meant that 9 times out of 10 the responses weren’t good. People didn’t know what homeschooling was, or if they did, […]

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