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Before we moved from Florida to Texas, the children attended a weekly 3 hour drop off Christian PE program for homeschoolers. It was great to have that time to spend with my younger children, while the older, school age children were enjoying their PE, outside, with amazing, loving, encouraging coaches. We don't have anything like that here. The co-ops here are too expensive for me, since I'd be paying each month for 6 children to attend. So, the most discouraging thing is not getting a break and the children not really having friends and a regular interaction with other children. It really makes me sad for them.
Being excited about teaching something to the kids and the times they just couldn't care less. Thankfully it's not an everyday happening, but when you've really tried and that's the attitude it's brutal.
Trying to always reassure myself that I am providing the best possible education for my autistic grandson.