I love summer! I love vacation. I love going out of town. I love late nights and sleeping in. I love not having an agenda for the day but just to laze around with my kids. But these things have come to an end. At least for now. Goodbye summer.

Hello homeschool. It’s been a while since we last homeschooled. 3 years to be exact. But now, we find ourselves again in this season where Paolo and I feel that the kids have to be taught at home by us, mostly me. I’m nervous, yet excited. There are a lot of adjustments to be made, but it seems that all of us are up to the challenge. We’ll see. 🙂

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    1. iris, yes, nathan is still in ateneo. btw, i bumped into greta in vcis homeschool . happy to see she’s homeschooling her son too 🙂

  1. Hi, Ate Jen! Wow, you’re doing a great job! Pictures pa lang, very enticing na for the kids.

    Question…you’re kids don’t go to a regular school? Please give me some ideas! (what to do, where to start, etc.) what are the advantages and disadvantages of homeschooling? Napansin ko po kasi sa church natin, most of the pastors’ kids don’t go to a regular school. Please enlighten me. Thanks po.

    1. hi honney! my kids are homeschooled this school year but they were in regular school last year. pls send your email. i will be glad to write more on this topic 🙂

  2. Hi, Ate Jen! Here’s my email.

    Thank you po! Your blog is such a blessing to me. Keep it up. I am in awe of how you and Pastor Paolo are raising your children. Sana maging ganyan din ako kabuti sa mga anak ko at sana sa tulong ni Lord lumaki sila na mabubuting tao. 🙂

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