Unless education promotes character making… it is not worth the trouble taken to furnish it.”
― William Howard Taft
In the last blog article (Part 1), we discussed assumption #1 of two assumptions people often make when they say they could never home school: because I home school, I must be a naturally patient person, not prone to anger or frustration. Hopefully we dispelled that myth.
In this post, we will focus on assumption #2: If I don’t enjoy my children now, or find them easy to be with, that will never change. I believe the answer to this speaks to the heart of homeschooling. Read the rest of this entry »