1. Lauri
    04/03/2014 @ 7:43 PM

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  2. Karen @TheMissingNiche
    01/20/2014 @ 5:24 PM

    My kids are constantly asking aloud what I ask in my head “who came up with homework?!” Wish I had the answer. Parenting is hard enough without having homework. I have one son who is diligent about notes and knowing what to do when, I have another who can’t remember to bring his backpack home half the time!
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  3. Misty Spears
    01/20/2014 @ 6:31 AM

    I have a hard time helping my son. I’m sure I knew the information at some point in my life…like 20 years ago, but these days, the old saying holds true “use it or lose it”. Luckily, I can research just about anything I need online. Great to hear your story!
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  4. Jenn
    01/17/2014 @ 11:36 PM

    I agree Marilyn, it’s taken a while to figure out how to help them both, and to help myself!

  5. Jenn
    01/17/2014 @ 11:24 PM

    Lynda, I understand that! I struggle with doing things for my youngest because she is slow due to her disabilities. She is forcing me to relax. A little bit.

  6. Jenn
    01/17/2014 @ 11:23 PM

    Bonnie, there are days I am glad to ship them off! I’ve learned a lot the last 12 years about how they learn very differently than each other, than me, and than others.

  7. Bonnie Gean
    01/16/2014 @ 5:42 PM

    I know many parents who are too glad to ship their child off to school, knowing they could hand them off to someone else for a few hours. I never could understand this mentality! As parents, we want what’s best for our children – or should!

    I think it’s wonderful that you’re allowing your daughter to work at her own pace… sometimes stepping back and allowing them to make decisions for themselves is the best parenting skill one could master. You’re doing a great job and I know one day your children will thank you for it!
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  8. Lynda Lippin
    01/16/2014 @ 4:13 PM

    I had a very hard time helping my step-son with school. He was so slow in doing work that I would get anxious and want to do it for him.
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  9. Marilyn Thompson
    01/16/2014 @ 11:18 AM

    What a terrific thing you are doing to help your daughters, they are fortunate to have a parent reach out for ways to help them succeed. We all learn differently and it’s all about finding what works. The best to you and your family!
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