Let’s get schooly for a moment. Not that I think spending your life comparing yourself to others is a great plan, but when you’re living alternatively, occasionally getting schooly has its benefits. It can help to validate one’s own choices, and help others to understand said choices, by speaking their language. I come in peace. […]Read More Lemonade
It’s true, fair readers. You can now say you knew us when because we are about to BLOW UP. Just kidding. But we did have a fun time interviewing with Robyn of the podcast “Honey, I’m Homeschooling the Kids”. She interviews all sorts of people doing all sorts of interesting things, and also us. Have […]Read More Internet Famous
[ Note from Amy: This is a guest post by my 10 year old son. He chose this creepy picture all by himself, hahaha] I think unschooling is fun. I still have lots of friends, I’m as smart as other kids, I spend more time with my family and friends, I don’t have to spend […]Read More Unschooling Through the Eyes of a Kid
I sometimes regret that my kids won’t have that classic small-town experience of having gone to school with the same people from kindergarten through high school, because in my fantasy-of-school, those experiences will become the basis of lifelong friendships. I see other kids walking home together from school, laughing and running in the June sunshine, […]Read More Convince me!