5 ​Days of Homeschooling Twins – Part of the 5 Days of Homeschooling Blog Hop Enjoy The Ride! ​This week in my Homeschooling with Twins series, I opened up the can of worms to look at some things that sometimes make us uncomfortable. We talked about coming to terms with that twin bond that sometimes leaves you to play second fiddle (or maybe even third) ways to break through the noise of twins gaining respect and the good kind of authority stepping aside and letting your twins help each other Now that is done, let’s focus on the good stuff. The only thing more joyfulRead More →

5 ​Days of Homeschooling Twins – Part of the 5 Days of Homeschooling Blog Hop Let them help each other – they may even know best Every parent has that moment when they cannot reach their child. Whatever you try, it does no good. Your child still does not understand. You start trying different approaches but then your child reaches the limit of his young patience and now you are stuck! Sometimes A Twin Understands, When You Don’t I learned, by listening to my kids, that the power of twinship is that close, close relationship. They know each other much more closely and fully thanRead More →

5 ​Days of Homeschooling Twins – Part of the 5 Days of Homeschooling Blog Hop ​How to Become the Authority Figure – and do you even want to 5 Days of Homeschooling Twins a contribution to the 5 Days of Homeschooling Blog Hop hosted by my friends at the Homeschool Review Crew. Yesterday I looked at how you can fit into that strong relationship your twins have with each other without destroying their relationship with you and your happy homeschool. Today let’s look at how you can become the authority figure, and if you even want to go there. But first, what does it meanRead More →

5 ​Days of Homeschooling Twins – Part of the 5 Days of Homeschooling Blog Hop ​Breaking through the noise 5 Days of Homeschooling Twins a contribution to the 5 Days of Homeschooling Blog Hop hosted by my friends at the Homeschool Review Crew. If you have twins you have probably noticed that you are not the arbiter of all things as far as your twins are concerned. In their eyes, their twin know much better than you…about everything. How do you intervene in order to teach them? That is what I call “Breaking through the noise.” My Twins Give Each Other Permission All The TimeRead More →

5 ​Days of Homeschooling Twins – Part of the 5 Days of Homeschooling Blog Hop Monday: Come To Terms With It 5 Days of Homeschooling Twins a contribution to the 5 Days of Homeschooling Blog Hop hosted by my friends at the Homeschool Review Crew. Taking The Leap Into Homeschooling Waters When my husband and I decided to take the leap into the deep end and homeschool our children, the first hurdle I had to face was that I was qualified. I grew up in a world that tells us all that the ‘experts’ know best. It took me a long time to realize thatRead More →

A Blog Hop About Homeschooling, and Mine Is All About Twins! Homeschooling twins can take you right back to those first few months when you got no sleep, spent all your time scrambling to keep up with the laundry, and wondered how you would ever do it. But you did survive twin babies. And your twins survived too, and grew, and now they are school-age! The most important thing I learned when my twins were babies was that you can always, always use advise. No matter how well you think you have things down, listening to advise and tips will always, always make life betterRead More →