I am starting to seriously feel led to homeschool. After reading the posts online, from teachers, and having a tough year with my kids school, I think it is what is best. But I am also worried about us financially. To be committing to this, and me really not having an option to go to work. I suppose I could work on the weekends...I would be spending all week with the kids.
But this is my plan. I am dedicating the next month to:
1) Organize and come up with a lesson plan.
2) I am going to work at creating schedules to organize the kids time, a to do list and a goal list for each of the kids.
3) I am also going to dedicate this month to getting my at home business going. (I make birthday party invitations, cupcake toppers and party favors, plus I have started making room decor items) and selling those.
4) And then this summer, we are going to try it out. Try homeschooling, try following a routine, and see how it goes.
I also feel strongly that because I have been lax in doing my devotions, I am not able to hear exactly what God has planned for me and make sure I am on the right path with homeschooling. So, I am going to get my devotional life back on track. Do you guys ever fall short in that area? When do you find is the best time to do your devotions?