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hi girlies. how r u all? luvvvvv that blurb from the site. i heard dat!!!!!!!
terri, how bout talkin to other vegans in dom. about how to do things. do u all have a garden? if not u may really wanna start one...to keep costs ow n for variety. ya children will prob luv it too.
haha bout the eggs.
I LOVED this post - 'I've stopped telling people we are Homeschoolers.' http://angelbabyjazzymama.blogspot.com/2011/10/ive-stopped-telling-...
hi ladies, i've been a bit busy these day so i haven't been on here as much as i would like. Hope all is well!
Terr: Sorry i didn't get a chance to answer your msg. The vegan diet has been going well with us, and i haven't added the eggs. I am trying to mix things up since we were getting pretty bored with the same thing every.single.day. :)
got u terri. do what works for ya fam sis.
now johnny b truant seems crazy reactionary to me. hope that doesnt backfire someday. the vibe doesnt appeal to me.
he seems to be paying far too much attn to schooling. n having fun is cool altho i'm one for being purposeful (i own my judgement here) in life. to just sit off and play with your child all day isnt my idea of being balanced. not at all.
Hi Nicole, interesting your view on the article. What resonated with me was her thought that 'You can’t follow your child’s interests if you don’t offer anything interesting' I feel that especially in these early years I do want a lot of different experiences/activities/things available for my kids to pick and choose from. Nature is of course a great wonderland for us but also important are cultural activities, books, and home based play/learning activities such as those she mentioned - drawing, beading, painting, sensory tubs, sign language, cutting etc are favourites in our house. I also really love the Montessori approach and am trying to work out ways for my kids to attend a Montessori Home-school in D/a (but very far from us!) as I saw how much they enjoyed the exposure to new activities and I think that, especially in these early years it's child-led approach is compatible with unschooling. Keeyah has just started ballet lessons and even after just one class enjoyed her experience (I would never want her to continue if she did not like it) Similarly we will offer her and Amarii the opportunity to have music classes, go to karate classes, visit farms, go to music festivals, attend workshops and anything else that are available to children. I see us learning from everything that happens in our day but do feel that it's important to for us all to be 'stimulated' with new ideas and interests....this is just my perspective...may not be 'real' unschooling :-) But working for us in vision and reality at this time
I'll be sooooo very excited when it's your turn too. The kind of super conscious sistah you are, even before conception your children are going to be amazing!
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