When given the choice to send my son to public school or keep him home to Homeschool I decided to take the leap to the unknown and start Homeschooling. I fought myself and the things I thought I would give up, like sanity, and personal time and realized that I really had a conviction to teach him too. Not only did I like to be around my son, I also felt as though it was my duty to train him in the way he should go.
God gave me the ability, both financially and quite possibly the brain power, to do this! Hehe. This is definitely my first year and I am scared to death! ha! All these things just lined up all together (the fact that I am a stay at home momma helps too) and so I have stepped into this realm of the unknown. But I know that With the Lord I cannot fail. I am excited to see how this year ends up. It’s day by day here, but I know that I want to see my kids grow and see how well they progress. I want to help train my kids to be what God intended them to be. I have dreams for them…but I imagine that the Lord has even better dreams and visions that might possibly come to fruition because I am here to help. And that makes my heart so happy. I know I am going to need some homeschooling friends and support so if your out there…I support you! You Got this! We Got this!
I have met quite a few Amazing Homeschooling Momma’s that are so special to my heart. Just in a short time you have taught me so much. I am so grateful to have met you and will continue to pray for you as well.
3 Lies about Homeschooling
1. I would be horrible as this
2. I am not smart enough
3. I can’t do this…I have a baby in the house.
Thankfully the Lord placed an amazing Woman of God in my path that actually took time aside to help this first timer. You, girl, have no idea what you mean to me.
I am in the 7th week of the curriculum Little Hearts for His Glory and we LOVE it! Seriously, I can do this!