Are we going to wait for the right moment?

Don’ wait for the right moment

Make the moment right.

Part of our homeschooling are the promises that we will go places, we will create memories out of the savings we made  instead of putting money into tuition that cost hundred of dollars. Memories doesn’t have any equivalent amount right?

When my husband decided to go overseas our children schooling was one of the biggest factor we need to consider. There’s a lot of changes and adjustment.

From the culture of the country where we migrated, to the kind of school environment, to how expensive the tuition fees are. Maybe it’s not only for the tuition but the kind of learning that we wanted to instill to them.

So when my husband and I decided to homeschool our children a lot of prayers, discussions, and considerations along the way, to the point that we nearly decided to go separate ways just to provide education to our children. Not knowing that knowledge is gain every day, from the moment we were born. That until now we are continuously learning from each other and from our children.

 

Other ask us, how about the social life of your children? Are they still socializing with other children?  Yes, of course, actually it is an advantage because they don’t need to choose between whom to be with. They can be with anybody not only within their circle and age level.

And we were able to enjoy the company of each other.

But what is good about homeschooling is that  we’ve learned how to be creative as a family. To look for some playmates  and we’ve learned to love the company of one another.

We can also send them to different classes that they can think of as long as they are enjoying it. And as a family we learn to appreciate the uniqueness of each other.
We’ve learned to love them more when circumstances was not good. When our mood was not in favor of each other side.
When our mood was not in favor of each other side.
We’ve learned to carry each other burdens and shortcomings. We’ve learned to love our sufferings, our differences and our bad moods.
We’ve learned to love our sufferings, our differences and our bad moods.
And at the end of the day we become more than just a single individual, we become a  family.

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