Well, I just registered DD for homeschooling in the fall. I'm excited and a little nervous. I'm sure it will all be fine, but its a lot of new stuff to figure out. We're going to be part of a one-morning-a-week class and there is a support staff person that we chat with every week or so about what we are doing (that is what we registered for - in our area if you have a support teacher you get $$ from the government for cirriculum and activities).
Now I have to pick the cirriculum - ugh, so many interesting options! I HAVE a sonlight K cirriculum with science from a cousin of mine, so I feel like I SHOULD use that, but part of me wants to just spread that over 2 years (my DS will be K age the next year, so it'd be more age appropriate for him in another year if we stretched it out anyway) and then I want to fit in all sorts of other things... I like the Charlotte Mason idea, Enki sounds AWESOME, Unit studies is sort of how we already live our lives...
Anyway, just thought fellow homeschooling preschooling people might be happy to listen to my mental ramblings... :)
Anyone actually using Five in a Row?
As far as our un-preschooling - DD has taken to coloring some of her pictures nicely lately instead of scribbling and I LOVE it. It is so fun to see her actually work on something. DS and DD both really like the Mo Willems Elephant and Piggie books (I do too).