do they think its worth it?
help out with it?
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He fully supports & believes I can do it more than myself... He has said he will help out when needed. Right now is just PreK so not too much to do... I think he will end up being the main teacher for history because he is really good at it & I am not!
fully supports me! =)
He's been supportive and doesn't want me to stop homeschooling them ever. When he can and it's needed he will help out, but he works long hours and commutes a very long way to/from work, so by the time he is home help isn't really needed.
he is still on the fence. he understands and supports the need to homeschool my older two but he is against it when it comes to the younger two. He feels that I don't spend enough taking care of him that everything is about the kids. Is stressful but like all things that have hiccuped in our marriage it will all fall into place.
I wouldnt do it unless he agreed. Its too hard to try to do it all without some support. I dont know if he gets its a full time job, he wants the house clean and things like that too. He loves it though, he knows they are getting a better education. He is jealous of field trips though.
Mommy to Corbin (8-epilepsy,autism, add) Kayla (6) Collin (1.5), Wife to Ben-OT, and I love teaching- M.Ed Early Childhood. SAHM & Homeschooling. Come watch us at www.youtube.com/user/1212wright
Absolutely loves it, prefers it, is "proud of me" for all "I" do....so no, doesn't help out in the least, but is hugely supportive!
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