1. I’m so glad you’re back in blogland! I’ve missed you.

    My oldest is turning 5 in July, so while I’ve been loftily talking about educating him at home for years, I’m currently wrestling with the decision of where and how to school him. I’m looking forward to hearing more about your schooling choices.

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    Hey Sonja,
    It’s good to be back in blogland. :)
    I can’t believe your oldest is turning 5 already! Didn’t I post your birth story as a guest post on my blog way back when? :)

  3. How do you deal with state laws and unschooling. The idea is very appealing to me (oldest is only 2 1/2 so we have a bit to figure it out) but I know there is stuff in our state (Iowa) about having to turn in hours, spend so much time engaged at the home base, and have “check-ins” from a state appointed teacher. How do you get around regulations like this?

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    Katie H – I will get back to you about that. Maybe I can even include it in a future post. :) Thanks for the question.

  5. Looks great! I’ll be watching :) Thank you!

  6. Unschooling rocks! You will be forever changed by the experience. Oh, and the kids will be, too. ;)

  7. I am intrigued by unschooling and will be interested to read about your experiences. We have embarked on our own homeschool journey, but are taking a very different path (a classical approach), and I am so enjoying the freedom and togetherness it has provided for our family.

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