Monday, January 11, 2016

It's monday xxoo

Happy New Year!

I've been writing 'my babblings' for  days ... I thought it was to share. I realized this morning that it was just my therapy. I may share some in the days to come.
I spewed to you all, a bit ago, about a school that keeps me up at night.
This morning I awoke with the knowingness, that as parents, we are holding the life keys.
We trust - we hope - that the learning facility in which we entrust our little hearts will honor them and envelope them as they embark on their educational journey. xxoo

I am writing a series of educational articles - and I really need/want your heart-felt responses, please.

All children are supposed to go to school (although homeschooling is a delightful option) - if your child was not being honored for the person they are (and all they will be) would you stay and hope for the best? Or change it up today? And why? Thank you xxoo

Until tomorrow xxoo


  1. I might wait it out for a month or two to see if it was a phase and then if no change, I would look for a new option. Kids, when they are young, need us to make good decisions for them so they can grow up and learn to make good decision for themselves.

  2. I think it would be depending on how the child was performing in the environment. The decision to disrupt them mid year is always a tough one and not easy on the children.

  3. Yes. If your child is happy and doing well - there is not a heart issue. Xo

  4. We are currently in that situation right now. It took a few months to determine if our children’s best interest was at heart, and we now believe they are not. The worry is that pulling children half way through the year can be pretty disruptive, so we feel stuck until the end of the year.