Sometimes it feels like parenthood and burnout go hand in hand. The relationship gets more complex when mom and dad are also the teachers. Like many homeschooling families, the cherry on top is a variety of letters and labels that mean our kids learn “differently”.
I haven’t quite got what that different means completely, but in our case, one component is that the kids didn’t thrive in public school. The result is that this public school educator turned college professor found herself homeschooling her kids and trying to meet those challenges.
Are you a homeschooling parent with kids that have special needs? You are not alone. Special needs (in whatever form) are one of the major reasons that people pull their kids to homeschool. It isn’t easy.
If you aren’t homeschooling kids with special needs, I can almost guarantee that you know someone that is. Take a few minutes to read the following post on ideas of ways to support your friend.
Sometimes, you just need to know you aren’t alone. I have a dose of encouragement just for you. I am guest posting today over at the Busy Boys Brigade for the 20 days of Homeschool Encouragement, so go check it out there.
Where is the Prepare for College Biology Series post?
Don’t worry I will be posting the 4th installment of the Prepare for College Biology series tomorrow.
In the meantime, you can catch up on the entire series by clicking the links below: