This week we asked: What does school look like?
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From Shannon of Pineapples & Artichokes: “We are learning all the time. Watching the Olympics this summer lead to discussions about patriotism, nationalism, and why men and women don’t get to compete in the same sports, which lead to my daughter dictating this letter. She eagerly awaits an answer.”
Kym blogs at Our Crazy Corner of the World.
From Heather: “My 7th grader Brittany in her new classroom the day before classes begin. This is our first step into the realm of homeschooling – should be an interesting trip; I work full time, go to school full time and run around after a toddler!! (Baby sister Amelia finally fell asleep while we were putting on the finishing touches – lol!)”
Heather blogs at The MummaRazzi.
Her mama Angela blogs at Earth Mamas World.
From Lauren: “I still feel sad looking back at Mikko’s first day of preschool, since he was so excited having this picture taken with his backpack on — but then subsequently was miserable at preschool!”
“Fortunately, we’ve been able to choose unschooling for him instead now, and he’s so happy to follow his own interests alongside us. And he still gets excited about wearing backpacks!”
Lauren blogs at Hobo Mama.
Read more about their adventures True Confessions of a Real Mommy.
The expressed milk that Shannon from The Artful Mama, left for her youngest son when she returned to her job as a high school art teacher. Shannon was grateful to her friend and fellow blogger City Girl Slash Hippie Mom for giving her some of her expressed milk as well.
Tell us: What does school look like in your family?
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