The First Steps of Every New Adventure

To see is to learnHere we are. A new page of the new blog that will follow our homeschooling adventure. The start day was supposed to be last month as the new school year debuted. Well, it’s this month instead.

But school starts with learning plans to be put together, with spending to be figured out, with summer days to say goodbye to and a quiet giddiness that learning has us together instead of the boys being dropped off at school in early morning.

To avoid rudeness, some introductions are in order: Mom (Daniela) is the happy owner of this blog. I am learning guide and grateful parent to two wild boys: Tony, 14 and Sasha, 10, grade 9 and 5. We learn, read, chat, laugh, cry, and discover paths unknown together.

Our learning adventures would not be complete and adventurous enough without the presence and inspiration provided by Max, husband and stepdad. Max is in charge of applied skills, lots of adventure planning and also supplies the much needed listening ears a busy homeschooling mom needs.

Oh, and the dog. Name is Poppy, she is in charge of teaching loyalty, reminding of unconditional love from a dog’s perspective and of course, adding sweetness to any day. Being a dog who loves walks and hikes, she is an enthusiastic participant to our expeditions wherever they may take place.

We live in British Columbia and feel blessed for it. It really is a beautiful place to be.

 

6 thoughts on “The First Steps of Every New Adventure”

  1. Hello Daniela
    I really admire you for what you do. I wish I would have done the homeschooling too. Wishing you all the best!
    Daniela
    ps-a great book I recommend to read in preparation for teen-years is The DNA of Parent-Teen Relationship.

    1. Thank you so much, Daniela, it is humbling on so many levels. Many thanks for the book suggestion :-).

    1. Thank you, Monica :-). It sure feels good to know there is both interest and support for this adventure we embark on…

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