When I tell someone that I homeschool my kids, they inevitably say they could never do that.
I know it's not for everyone, but I wish everyone did it.
But the more I think about it, I guess a lot depends on the kids, too.
To be honest, I don't really have to do much. Both Lucy and Jonathan are pretty much self-starters. We work together to figure out what they have to do and they just do it.
Without complaining. I know. It is a little surreal to me too. But they are pretty easy that way. Very respectful.
Jonathan wants to be an engineer. So he builds. And has a vivid imagination. And he reads. And creates. (It's a good thing these poor Lego people surrendered or they might be in for a fate worse than death.)
So, really, I don't have much to do but sit around eating bon-bons all day, wearing my tiara as I wave my scepter and say, "Heads will roll. Heads will roll." ;-)