Have you had the talk yet? You know the one I am talking about. I am not referring to the stork, some magical garden, or some easy to digest story for where babies come from. I am talking about the actual talk about where babies come from. As my daughter gets older I find that we are having to revisit the topic. This can be such a difficult topic to broach with your children. You have to be careful not to over or under share with your child while giving them a realistic perspective of sex. I thought today would be a good day to focus on some of the questions you need to ask when teaching kids about sex.
When a lot of people talk about homeschool home economics it is usually a fun joke about having kids do chores or help with a DIY project. While it always makes me laugh, I think there is more to home ec than that. In fact, I want to share some actionable tips and tricks for making the most of homeschool home ec in a fun way. Think I am missing something? Leave me a comment and let me know!
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I homeschooled my kids for most of their lives. A few weeks ago, they decided to go to public school. I have had a lot of people write me and say, “My homeschooler wants to go to school. What do I do?” I want to give some honest advice as well as share a few questions you can ask yourself. This post is not to convince you either way. Instead, the goal is to help you see your situation clearly and make an educated choice.