Today I am talking about homeschooling a houseful and how to survive the early years so that you can thrive the teen years! Yes, we love the older years! Even if you aren’t a homeschooler, much of the encouragement today will apply to anyone who has children.
There were certainly some difficult seasons with a whole bunch of littles that I didn’t know how we would ever make it-but we did. And I am so thankful to the Lord for Him leading us. We just need to shift our thinking and realize this is a journey and a process, and not an instant result. There are so many ways to build foundations early on and then see your family thrive as you grow!
Links I mentioned in this episode:
Homeschooling High School and Parenting Teens: Have No Fear • ep 151
Homeschooling Multiple Ages • Podcast Ep 46
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