I posted this last week, but it seems to have disappeared?
I'm wondering if anyone can assist me. DH & I are looking into the possiblity of homeschooling our 2 girls (2 & 1 at the moment) and I have another little bub on the way.
DD1 will be able to start grade prep in 2015, DD2 in 2016. I am wondering how can I go about homeschooling DD1 with DD2 and new bub? I would think it's going to be difficult to try and keep the other two occupied for a couple of hours each day. How does everyone manage it?
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24-09-2012 06:55 #1
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