Tag: Homeschool

What Is More Important Than Grades?

This post came up in my memories on Facebook from 2019 and I wanted to share it. What is more important than grades? Honesty and integrity. Madison took her Biology for Science Majors I final yesterday. When she did she had 101% in the… Continue Reading “What Is More Important Than Grades?”

“How?”

One question Madison and I get asked a lot in regard to her radical acceleration is “how?” And it’s not an easy question to answer. When she was younger and she would talk like an adult with an expansive vocabulary it was easier to… Continue Reading ““How?””

Going back to 2019

I am going to start a series of blog posts where I left off in 2019. Madison had just finished up her Learning Framework course, and I knew that she was planning on taking a full load of courses for each semester going forward… Continue Reading “Going back to 2019”

Along For The Ride – Gifted Parenting

Hi! I’m Madison’s mom, and I’m just along her journey for the ride. 😂 I thought the past however many years we’ve been homeschooling was one major ride, but nothing prepared me for dual credit college courses. I knew this was the right path;… Continue Reading “Along For The Ride – Gifted Parenting”

Radical Acceleration for the Win

This Fall, Madison started her first semester with a full course load. I was worried it would be too much for her since she is only 12. I worried about how the other kids would treat her. I worried about how the professors would… Continue Reading “Radical Acceleration for the Win”

The Past Six Months – A Quick Update and Advice Needed

The past six months have been a complete whirlwind. Over the summer we traveled to Hawaii, Kansas City, Southern Texas, and Orlando. We knew there would not be a chance to travel for over at least a year, so we packed it in. More… Continue Reading “The Past Six Months – A Quick Update and Advice Needed”

Summer Texas State Road Trip Part III: Padre Island & San Antonio Continued – August 2019

When we arrived in San Antonio we first went to the San Antonio Missions. The missions are filled with history! The mission were established by Catholic religious orders to spread Christianity among the local natives, and it was eye-opening to see how it ultimately… Continue Reading “Summer Texas State Road Trip Part III: Padre Island & San Antonio Continued – August 2019”

Summer Texas State Road Trip Part III: Padre Island & San Antonio – August 2019

Every summer, The Padre Island National Seashore does ridley turtle releases. Click HERE for more details on this wonderful event. This had been on my bucket list for a couple of years. You cannot predict the timing since you cannot predict when turtles will… Continue Reading “Summer Texas State Road Trip Part III: Padre Island & San Antonio – August 2019”

Our Next Adventure Part I: The Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum- June 2019

Writing these posts in hindsight has allowed me to have a different view than if I had written them in real-time. I had planned a lot of travel this summer because I knew Madison would start taking college classes full time, and we wouldn’t… Continue Reading “Our Next Adventure Part I: The Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum- June 2019”

Maui Day 3 – May 2019

On our 3rd day in Maui we went on a tour of the Road to Hanna. I decided that it would be best if we went with a tour for a couple of reasons. One being that the road is very narrow and twisty… Continue Reading “Maui Day 3 – May 2019”

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