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Loving the herd life, Female, from Oklahoma

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    1. Jenjen12
      Jenjen12
      Back in my raising kids day home school wasnt heard of... I think a lot of social skills can be lost without outside exposure.
      As for overbearing in laws... I told my spouse if he didnt handle his parents, I would.... Nuf said
      1. AClark
        AClark
        I have some mixed feelings about home-school myself. On one hand, you can teach them the really important stuff, and I think public schools miss some of that. My oldest boy is almost 13 and can't write in cursive other than to sign his name. So I've been teaching him. However, I do not feel that even with a college education that I'm am qualified to teach my children sufficiently.
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    Gender:
    Female
    Location:
    Oklahoma
    Current Herd Animal(s):
    meat rabbits

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    Trav and Dixie the QH's, Belle the TB, meat rabbits, Nubian goats, Coturnix quail and soon to be chickens (cochin's and mixed flock)!