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Answering Your Homeschooling Questions// ep 128

From curriculum to college, how to survive the early years and thrive through the teen years, and the age-old “socialization” question-today I am answering your top homeschooling questions. Most importantly, I am telling you Who you should really listen to on this journey and more! Whether you are a homeschooler, just thinking about it, or want a curious peek into our life, join me as I answer your homeschooling questions!

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