Encouraging and insightful! 8 moms share the real-world ways that they have their husband help with homeschooling. Vibrant Homeschooling

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  1. Thank you, Trena! I agree that homeschooling is a team effort with both moms and dads working together! Thank you for stopping by!

  2. Love the ideas/ways to involve dad in homeschooling. Too many moms try to do it “single-handedly”. Thankful for dads that are the “final authority” and “support” the wife for discipline and over-all “head of the home”. Thanks for sharing with #What to Read Wednesday. We hope you link-up again next week.

  3. What a blessing to have an amazing man helping to lead the children!! The times that he spends with them will make a lasting difference!! Thank you for sharing this with us at the #HomeMattersParty

  4. Thank you, Rebecca! I totally agree. I think the best way that they support us is by keeping us true to our mission. We are the ones in the trenches day in and day out… and we desperately need a voice some days that says, “I know it’s hard. I know you are giving your all. I know you’re done. But we must trudge on and trust that this is God’s plan for us.” It’s ideal when a hubby can do this because of course they know our children as well as we do, and are partners in parenting. I loved the story you shared! Thank you for being so real. Blessings to you!

  5. Love this post Alicia! My husband is my back up help as well. He works shiftwork though so he isn’t around that much to do schooling with us. He enjoys doing it when he can. But the main way he helps is just in support and encouragement. This last year I had a moment where I was just done. The kids were driving me crazy, all the moms were happily sending their children to school and getting a break, I was jealous and frustrated. But he shocked me with his basic refusal. I mean, he would have let me of course if I needed to, but he was PASSIONATE about us homeschooling. He didn’t like the school, wasn’t ready to put the kids in, encouraged me WHY I chose this, what it meant to our family. He is my biggest advocate. It is the most important role.

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