These are my reasons:
I haven't really had a chance to REALLY bond with her. She was #3 in 4 years and by the time she was born I was exhausted. I didn't give it all I had like I did with the rest. Not to mention she is now #3 out of 5 kids. She is the middle child. Not the baby, but not yet old enough to do anything. So I figure this will give me a chance to spend time with her, give her a little more responsibility, help her build her self-esteem and self-worth, and really listen to what she has to say.
I can help her catch up with her reading and math. I can offer her alot of 1 on 1, between dh sometimes being home during the week, and the 2 lil ones taking 4 hour naps between 10:30 and 2:30, I think I can do it.
A friend is going to start homeschooling her daughter, so we can meet up.
Now, since I won't be spending any gas money taking her to and from school, she will be able to take dancing lessons
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