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My son has been an avid reader since 4. He turns 8 tomorrow and is in exodus of reading his bible (a teen bible) from front to back. He accepted Christ into his heart just under two months. My daughter is 6 and just graduated from 3 years of speech 🙌. She has passed my son up in math but is still working on her reading. She is improving daily. Very proud of both of them and their very different achievements.
Teaching my children to read!! It was beyond amazing when my oldest son got up at Christmas to read some verses. It was his first time speaking in front of a crowd. He was SO nervous. He didn’t get a ton of time to practice. Even though I watched him practice, I was NOT prepared for when he actually read the verses during the service. Words cannot describe how proud I was!!! I felt like God was telling me...”look at him. You taught him that! He’s up there doing a phenomenal job because of you!!! Way to go mom!!” Probably the most encouraging homeschool mom moment. I will never forget that!!
I was always excited when my kids learned to read. I am also enjoying seeing my adult children step out into the world, make plans, see an educational need, and meet it. And I love that I am no longer in charge of seeing that they achieve it. :)