Thursday, August 16, 2012

Just checking in

KB and I are slowly getting school back on a roll. Getting her out of bed is the biggest problem. Oh, sure I could school her in the later part of the day, but then I'm too tired. We do finally go to Memphis in October to see the endocrinologist. So, hopefully she will start having more energy and be able to focus a little more and then hopefully school will go a little more smoothly. For those who have one child to teach; Can yaw please give me some tips on how to get yourself and child motivated. Thank you and have a blessed day!


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MOM #1 said...

When I homeschooled Baby Boy, my only, I had an intense fear of failure . . . which was the majority of my motivation, LOL.

Also I really enjoyed learning alongside him. I made it a point to sit down every Sunday evening and make a plan for the week. I LOVE lists and I REALLY LOVE marking things off of lists, so that's how I approached each week. I made a plan and we always worked towards getting everything done each week.

You know, just like with anything else in life, you just have to want it badly enough.

Good luck!