Nicole “Coco” Jozic shares her laughter and sorrow, trials and tribulations of mommy-hood. A teacher, a caregiver, and most importantly a mom with lots of stories to tell! This Mom has been there and done that!
Coming up in March are TWO Homeschool Conventions near us. One difference in vendor that I was told about is that Great Homeschool Convention will NOT have Ken Ham of Answers in Genesis. So if this is a curriculum you use, please do look into that so it is not a wasted trip. Below I have posted helpful information about both conventions to help you determine which to attend.
I've heard it may sound complicated to homeschool here in the Lowcountry (South Carolina in general!) but it's really not as complicated as it seems. Some have even said they absolutely love it because they have the choice compared to the state they relocated from. Let's admit it...the Lowcountry is a transient place with people coming and going every couple years.
WARNING: Don't read any further if you have a weak stomach
Let me start by saying that I am happy to say this is not a story about my own children. Many of you know I run a “Mom’s Morning Out” Program called PlayCare. This month we started a once-a-month Saturday evening program. We only had a few children so I was there on my own.
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