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#1 of 4 Old 07-20-2014, 08:03 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Introduction! Homeschooling mom in NH! :)

Hello!

I was here a million years ago it feels like, but I got lost in Facebook land for a while. I'm trying to focus more locally and forumly...so here I am!

Just re-introducing myself.
Mom of 2 boys, with a new baby on the way in Winter. We live in central/southern NH and I am a Waldorf homeschooler...as much as I can be with a tech husband.
I would LOVE to find or make a co-op for others of like mind with schooling, but as yet have not found many Waldorfy families in THIS area. ..but I don't mind driving, and we are looking to move/buy in the next few years.

Glad to be here!

~Namaste~
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wow...76 views and no comments!?

Way to be friendly folks
Did I say something wrong???

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I just read your post because I'm stalking New England. We would like to relocate to NH in the next couple years. I'm sorry you are having a hard time finding like minded mamas. I'm in the same boat where I live.

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It's not easy relocating to a new state!
I actually HAVE found several awesome mommas/families who are AP at least...but in my case, it's the Waldorf factor that is harder to come by. If we go South, it's more present, because the school community is near the school. For the AP and Naturally minded family, NH is actually REALLY good IMO. It seems really polarized actually; either the families are more AP OR they are full on spanking, etc...
Just my observation.
MUCH of this area has natural lifestyles though...baby wearing, etc...but PARENTING style and philosophy is another kettle.

We've been here 3 years now, and I'm finally getting the swing of it all, have a few friends, familiar with chunks of the state...and online has made a HUGE difference.
I suggest joining some local groups to the area, and just poke your head in. Facebook helped me a lot.

Good luck!
Feel free to message me too!

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