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Everyone is nervous starting out homeschooling. It’s a big undertaking and even though most parents do a lot of research before starting out there are always unknowns left unanswered. The iHomeschool Network bloggers are seasoned homeschoolers with a wealth of knowledge about the ins and outs of the daily work. Today we are sharing with you what we’ve learned that we wish someone would have told us before we began that first year of homeschooling.
- 5 Things I Wish I Knew Before Homeschooling – A Future and a Hope
- 10 Things You Need to Do Before You Begin Homeschooling – The Heart of Michelle
- A Curriculum Primer for Beginning Homeschoolers – BookShark
- Advice for the Young Mom Starting Homeschool — What I Should Have … – Annie and Everything
- Gifted Hindsight is 20/20 – My Little Poppies
- If I Could Do It Over – My Homeschool Advice for Those Starting Out – Starts at Eight
- If I Had Only Known: Homeschool Reflections – Life at the Table
- If only I had known… – Triumphant Learning
- New to Homeschooling? Why a Boxed Curriculum May be Right for You – BookShark
- Tips to Help You Get Started Homeschooling – BookShark
- What I Wish Someone Told Me Before I Started Homeschooling High School – Starts at Eight
- What Second Generation Homeschoolers Need to Know – Schooling a Monkey
- Does your journey through motherhood look different from what you imagined?
- Do you struggle to measure up to your own standards?
- Do you sometimes wish you could be like that other mom who seems to have it all together?
You are not alone.
The Supermom Myth: Conquering the Dirty Villains of Motherhood, a new book by Christian mom blogger Becky Kopitzke, is designed to encourage imperfect moms to laugh at ourselves, forgive ourselves, and discover the beautiful moms God created within. Delivered with down-to-earth humor and carefully applied biblical insight, The SuperMom Mythexplores eight personified “dirty villains” of motherhood, including The Grouch on the Couch (Anger), Worry Woman (Fear), and The Calendar Queen (Busyness). Throughout this delightful read for every mom, Kopitzke offers a gentle reminder to rest in the super power of our grace-filled God.
Visit www.TheSuperMomMyth.com for more information, including trailer videos, reviews, and details on where to buy copies for yourself and your mom friends. This book makes a wonderful Christmas gift!