Saturday, July 13, 2013

Why my daughters don't go to school

My daughters do not go to Public School. There are horrible, Godless heathen children there and I do not want my babies around that.
My daughters do not home school either. There is no need for them to learn social studies or English. Children learn from the world around them. One of my daughters taught herself how to read.
My daughters don't need to be schooled because they will be keepers at home. They play with eachother. They don't go anywhere because they don't need to. I would not be the least bit surpised if they didn't know about the world outside our home... and that is the way I like it.

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  1. I agree! I comented already on the post about sending your kids to school. I would hope they don't know anything about the world outside the house. Mine sure don't, because there is nothing out there worth knowing about! The gays and blacks and womens libbers have taken over this country. They mirder babies by the thousands every day. How long before they try to start killing newborns and toddlers? How long before they start kicking people's doors in and confescating our guns? I keep my children at home! We are blessed to live far enough out in the country that they can play outside without seeing evil. They read the Bible, and that is the only book alowed in our house! The 4 girls know enough math to be able to cook such as how many cups in a quart, how many teaspoons in a tablespoons and how to double or triple a recipe, and I taught them to read a measuring tape so they can sew. The boys will learn a little more than that because they will be handling money and we give them a small allowance and teach them to tithe. I fear for your children and the evil that they will see. I will pray that your husband sees the misteak he is making

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  2. I would like to say that public schools are not that bad. I went to one and I didn't turn out bad. Another thing what's wrong with black people and women being liberals? Honestly I think your children are a bit over protected. If you are confident in the way you raised them then they will stay on that path no matter who they meet.

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  3. First I must start with, I was home schooled. That being said, your children should not be home schooled. The amount of spelling and grammatical errors within your posts is almost comical. If your daughters don't know how to read and properly do math how will they be able to read a recipe and properly convert the measurements for the size of their family? If social studies isn't important then why do you have a blog? You're communicating with society and taking part in a phenomena that's actually of much interest to sociologists. Be careful that you're not preaching one thing and actually doing another. I hope your children are better educated than you and go on to live full lives of freedom in Christ,

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  4. You are ruining your children. People should pray for them. You say you are shielding them from all the bad in the world, but what you are doing is stripping them of any coping skills. As adults they will be clueless as to the workings and dangers of the REAL world. You are setting them up to fail in life. Great job!

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  5. I have found it is more important to be an encouragement for people to have an opportunity to bring them closer to Christ rather than being judgmental and degrading. I pray that the focus of your blog becomes what I believe you intended to be....a reflection of God's love!

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  6. You know that's illegal, right?

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    1. Actually, its not. Where I live, there are no strict rules regarding homeschooling. I just say "I'm homeschooling" and sign a paper.

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    2. Isn't that lying? You just said that "My daughters do not home school either." Aren't you sinning by signing that document? Color me confused.

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  7. There is no way this is a serious blog. Someone is out to make christians seem like nut-jobs...and doing pretty well too lol.

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  8. I am a homeschooler, and I do things by the law. We use a good curriculum and all. But I just thought I'd let others on here know that there is two different groups - homeschoolers and then there is one called unschoolers. I don't know if this blog is a joke, but there are thousands of "unschoolers" all over the country who believe that they won't teach their kids. They believe that their kids will learn naturally, which is a disservice in my opinion.

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