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10/14/12 7:08 P

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I don't have any children, but although the public schools could be better, I think it is good to let your children interact with other children.

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10/14/12 2:46 A

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we live in bayern and here there is a schule pflight meaning it is law to send your kids to school no one is allowed to home school which i would do if i had the of my kids go to special school and is home by 1.15 pm monday to thursday and home by 11.45am on friday.the other is in normal school and home 3.30pm monday -thursday and 12.30 on friday.the little one is in kindergarten and depending what drīs appointments etc i have is in kindergarten any time between 12 and though i donīt have the kids in the morning i still try to get my worj out done between 5-6 am before the kids get up and again when they are not there in the morning and if for some reason i canīt get my second workout in then i do it when the kids are in bed.mornings are normaoly took up with house work,washing bedding etc,drīs ,neurologist and physio.though i would love to home school i donīt think it would be that feasable even if the law allowed as i wouldnīt be able to fit in all my drīs etc appointments.


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10/14/12 12:15 A

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My children are grown as well... we homeschooled AND did the public school thing... as our lives dictated the needs.

I was just plain more active when my kids were at home! Empty nesting can be a selfish way of life... and lazy...

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10/13/12 10:37 P

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My son is grown, too. I do think that home schooling is a good option. Having kids around tends to keep me more active than otherwise.

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10/13/12 9:13 P

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no children in school anymore

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10/13/12 7:06 P

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School just restarted for many schools in North America and other locations. Do you send your children to school or do you homeschool? If you send your children to school, do you now have more time to take care of your health needs? Exercise? Cooking? Also, if you homeschool your children, do you now have less time for yourself and your health needs?

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