Respect Those Rabbit Holes: Surrender to Delight-Driven Learning
When I first started homeschooling, I was constantly thinking about all the things: Subjects Books Hours spent homeschooling daily Hours spent on each subject weekly Books read Progress I could go on and on and on. Sometimes, the kids would get off track. They would start talking about something else, something I had not pre-planned in my mind. I would answer their questions and then redirect the conversation. No sooner were we back on course than some other distraction would intervene. A question. A random thought. An observation. An idea. I'd try to be patient, but I would also have my eyes