So I did a thing…

So I did a thing…

So I did a thing. I started a youtube channel. I’ve actually had one for a while but never uploaded on it. I keep thinking I need to wait until I have the perfect graphics on it, the perfect filming set-up, and better camera… but last week I decided waiting for a plan of action if for the birds (sorry to all my organization-loving friends! 😂) and so filmed on my Iphone and put my first video up 3 days ago. I have went to share about it here and deleted the blog post before I could publish it like 10 times because sometimes fear of what people will think is paralyzing. So here’s to kicking that fear in the face! I already have one follower and I know it’s my sister because I told her to go follow me 😂😂😂 so….. link is here if you want to follow the craziness too! My first video is a Dollar Tree homeschooling haul. I want to start vlogging on the channel too so maybe the next one will be that. What would you guys like to see on my Youtube channel? I’m down for any input you might have! 

 

Hope y’all are having an amazing weekend!

 

xoxo,

Tammy

 

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Let’s Have A #realtalkwithTammy moment…

Let’s Have A #realtalkwithTammy moment…

I really wanted to sit down today and a candid homeschooling mama moment with you all. I don’t know about all you other homeschoolers out there, but for me there is a certain pressure to look, act, and just be a certain way. For my kids to be super intelligent over-achievers otherwise we will be judged for not being “good enough” homeschoolers. Crazy right??? (Don’t roll your eyes at me! You know you fee the pressure too!)

There are some children that are easy to teach. Dalton, my oldest, is one of those. He soaks up literally everything and I only have to point him in the right direction and he takes off. He has an innate love for learning and will ditch a video game to read a good book any day. He was reading and writing by age 4 and has been practically self taught since K5.

 

Isaiah, my second born, is his polar opposite. There is nothing he’d rather do than sleep in late, play outside in the dirt all morning, come inside, eat, play legos all afternoon, eat some more, play some more, go to bed, repeat. Many days I questioned if I was enough for him or if we needed to find him a tutor that could work with his needs. It’s not something I like to discuss much because I’m ashamed to say, I don’t like to admit when I feel lacking. But this is what I woke up to the other morning morning…

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Isaiah curled up in the recliner, at 7:30am, reading a book. This makes me so happy I could cry. Homeschooling this kid has been a hard journey, and there have been times I’ve wanted to pull my hair out at the snails pace he loves to take. There have been many days I’ve gotten so frustrated, I’ve had to call off school for him for the day so I could read my Bible, regroup, and try again tomorrow. But I am so thankful that I decided not to push and to instead try to develop a desire to learn, and moments like this remind me why it’s so worth it!!!! I am not organized. Most days I start off not sure what we’ll even learn about because I’m a terrible planner and I like to fly by the seat of my pants. I’m thankful that the Lord blesses my efforts and produces something amazing from the chaos that is our homeschooling day! Special thanks goes to my hubby who has to constantly remind me that Isaiah learns best through inspiration and not pressure. 😜😜😜