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post #1 of 12
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Sorry, an odd first post.....

 

A looonnngg time ago I was a member here, as in, years ago. wink1.gif Anyway, I remember a mom here who had already homeschooled-well, actually, unschooled her ds. She was always very encouraging to new unschoolers and homeschoolers alike.

 

She wrote awesome articles on the importance of play and learning naturally during early school years. Like preK-2nd grade?

 

I had her info on the computer before last, so am hoping someone knows who I'm remembering.

 

Please someone remember because it is driving me nuts not to have her articles.

 

Thanks for any help!

 

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post #2 of 12

I bet it was Lillian J.  

 

Send her a pm

 

http://www.mothering.com/community/forums/posts/by_user/id/25974

 

kathy

post #3 of 12

Her website is here: http://www.besthomeschooling.org/

post #4 of 12

wow awesome website, love it

post #5 of 12
Thread Starter 

Yes, that is her! Thank you so much! grouphug.gif

 

Oh my goodness, her wisdom about educating dc was SO wonderful. Now that I have nieces who are interested in educating off the beaten path, I'm gathering info and Lillian's will be so helpful.

 

Made my day! joy.gif

 

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post #6 of 12
Thread Starter 

Thanks for sharing her website! It still looks exactly the same, except it now has even WAY more awesome info! LOVE!joy.gif

post #7 of 12

Wow, this is a great website with tons of great articles. Thanks for sharing!

post #8 of 12

stillheart.gif Wow! You all made my day. I was just about to go to bed and thought I'd drop in here first and see what's new. I'm so moved to know people are using and enjoying the BestHomeschooling site - that gives me the impetus to get in and do some updating. I have a few new articles to add and lots of new links. The site was created, by the way, specifically to help people find a quiet and peaceful orientation away from all the hype and commercialism and razzmatazz that has flooded homeschooling - it can be so confusing and overwhelming - so it's good to know that's exactly how it's being used. 

 

Thanks so much for all the kind words -  wow.    - Lillian

post #9 of 12

Wow, such a good website Lillian.  I will be visiting early and often.  Thanks for a great collection of useful info!

post #10 of 12
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Lillian J View Post

stillheart.gif Wow! You all made my day. I was just about to go to bed and thought I'd drop in here first and see what's new. I'm so moved to know people are using and enjoying the BestHomeschooling site - that gives me the impetus to get in and do some updating. I have a few new articles to add and lots of new links. The site was created, by the way, specifically to help people find a quiet and peaceful orientation away from all the hype and commercialism and razzmatazz that has flooded homeschooling - it can be so confusing and overwhelming - so it's good to know that's exactly how it's being used. 

 

Thanks so much for all the kind words -  wow.    - Lillian


You made such a HUGE impact on our early years of homeschooling. I always wanted to come back to say, THANK YOU!! grouphug.gif

post #11 of 12
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You made such a HUGE impact on our early years of homeschooling. I always wanted to come back to say, THANK YOU!! grouphug.gif

 

I'm absolutely stunned. And misty. Thank you so much for taking the trouble to provide that feedback. hug.gif   Lillian

post #12 of 12

i so remember that site it is what started me looking into homeschooling. my son was about a yr old back then now he is 9yrs old :), and we still homeschool

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