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Old 08-29-2020, 10:03 AM   #84
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Default Re: I thought grace baised parenting would show fruit

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Originally Posted by Soliloquy View Post

I asked myself, what good is "an education" if my child cannot function? What good is the ability to get a job if he cannot keep it?



And don't discount ALL that reading that she does! It sounds like she will read anything she can get her hands on. Will she read non-fiction? Period pieces? I feel like I learned more history by reading novels written in other time periods than I did in history classes.
Ya, and in Washington I will be allowed to do this, it would have been much harder in Vermont where I had to show a years progress.


I think part of this is that on some level I don't see this as something she is willing to learn or work on.

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