Category Archives: Young Adults

Semester Vesper

Yesterday I joined the throngs buying 17 cent notebooks, and I realized that even though we’re homeschooling and have observed many years of Not Back to School, this year, the returning-to-school season has swept us up. Our oldest son has … Continue reading

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Hey, Parents; Leave Those Kids Alone

Autonomy Fuels Kids’ Passion for Sports and Music Parents who want their children to discover a passion for music, sports, or other hobbies should follow a simple plan: Don’t pressure them. By allowing kids to explore activities on their own, … Continue reading

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Under One Roof

Our oldest sons live a few hours away from us, studying and working and enjoying their friends and the Virginia mountains. After years of homeschooling and close family life, we do miss them when we don’t see them for a … Continue reading

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