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Being homeschooled, my 7 siblings and I always joked around that there is no such thing as summer break for homeschoolers.
It’s true, at least it was for us. We didn’t mind though. We learned so much more then what one would typically learn at school.
Everything was a learning experience. On top of being homeschooled, we grew up on a farm. So we learned the value of good honest hard work and the morals to respect and love everyone and everything.
It was a no-brainer for My wife (who was also homeschooled) and when we decided to homeschool our children on a small 10-acre farm.
One thing I learned as a homeschooler was how to teach myself anything I set my heart on. One of those things was Photography.
When my wife and I starting having kids of our own, we wanted to start documenting their lives as they grew. So I taught myself Photography and started capturing all of the little adventures our children have on the farm.
Back to School
Playing with Bear
Checking on the Chickens
What Should I Write About
Feeding the Chicks
Feeding the Geese
I’ll Write About my Adventures!
Cow, Meet Bunny
Bunny, Meet Cow
Feeding the Chickens, Again
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