ekarl2 Posted June 8, 2009 Share Posted June 8, 2009 Hi! Okay, I have a dd (3years 4 months) and a ds (16months). I am a homeschool vendor and am completely and totally committed to homeschooling my dc through middle school. BUT, right now I'm: -running the company my mom and I share (as you all know, this is a busy season for curriculum vendors!) -taking care of the dc/house/etc -taking care of mom who is battling cancer My dd is a sweet, sweet girl. Very bright, very verbal, but very alpha personality. Although she attends dance once a week and was, until recently, going to Gymboree (she aged out) once a week, she's still struggling with sharing, minor aggression (getting angry and wanting to hit occasionally), etc. She's very social and loves to play and run around (things I don't have a great deal of time for.) I'm going to put her in a Christian preschool two days a week from 9 to 1. I'm hoping this will: -give her more activity and run around time -give her more social interaction with other kids (it's a mixed group of 3s and 4s) -give her some "peer pressure" to share and to not act out physically (the second one here only happens once in a while, but I'd like to nip it in the bud!) -give me time alone with ds -give me time to run errands with only one kiddo in tow! -give me a break. :) I don't think this move goes against my committment to homeschool. I'm doing this is a way of getting her more activity and social time. This is going to be okay, right? It's a good school with great teachers and kids. Have any of you sent kids to preschool and had a problem when you brought them home to homeschool full time?? Please tell me this will be okay. When I work over the reservations I have in my head, they're all my hang-ups. I KNOW she'll have a blast and learn a lot ... Sigh ... Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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