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      Marya1961 wrote Apr 2, 2013
    • I really wanted to many years ago when our son was young, but I felt he would be alone (he has no siblings) too much and not get social interaction as I did not have a vehicle back then to get around..times were tough back then!




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      Tuliplady wrote Apr 2, 2013
    • I thought about it when my oldest started school.  We were quite aways from town and they don’t have bussing.  But, like Mary, I didn’t think she’d get enough social interaction.  I also didn’t have the patience and understanding to do it back then.  Today, I could, but not then.

      Most of my family (brother and cousins) homeschool their kids.




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      Twinssupermom wrote Apr 3, 2013
    • My husband is retired military and he is homeschooling our boys and doing a great job.  We do use GCA online (Charter school) so that we keep up with the curriculum and dont miss anything but he has taught them so much more it is amazing.  My one twin wears hearing aides and required speech up until now we just took him out of speech he is doing so well at home one on one... For social well we are always taking them everywhere we go and living in a historic town there is always something going on.. Also they play on a soccer team and play tennis one day a week in a childrens clinic..




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