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HOMEBOUND: Susan Wise Bauer (Homeschool Real Children) - Shared screen with speaker view
Afton Blakely
28:35
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28:58
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29:00
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29:00
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29:01
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Alma Umana
29:02
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Mia Cooper
29:02
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29:03
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Rita Cevasco
29:03
Hi Julie, Rita your neighbor again!
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29:03
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29:04
Thank you from Lake TAhoe
Jennifer Fletcher
29:05
Hello from KC!
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29:05
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Kate Morgan
29:06
Hi from North Carolina!!
AMANDA WALLACE
29:06
McCordsville, IN
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29:07
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N E
29:09
Hello from Ohio!
Kim Lapointe
29:09
Ontario, Canada
Kelly Hanson
29:09
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keltybrittle
29:11
Kelty from NC
Jeffrey Dutton
29:11
Hello again from Grand Haven, MI ~Jeff
Julie Kim-Knapp
29:12
washington
Jennifer Bacquet
29:15
Ohio!!
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29:16
IL!
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29:19
West virginia!
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29:19
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Stephanie Carlson
29:22
Fargo, North Dakota
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Apple Sandefur
29:25
hi everybody
Stephanie Lesch
29:26
Hi from Western New York!
Sasha Peterson
29:26
Thank you for doing this
Jesalyn Saulietis
29:27
Thank you for doing this! :)
Kaleigh Jelks
29:28
Scottsboro, AL
Laura Winslow
29:28
India, Laura here
Jodi
29:29
Florida
Jennifer Kinard
29:30
Baltimore, MD
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29:33
Hi from Cayucos, CA
Shelly Price
29:33
Clifton Park, NY
Kirsten
29:33
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Melissa Bierer
29:35
Fairbanks, AK
JESSICA MELLING
29:40
I’m getting my tea and lighting a fire in the fireplace. Excited to be here!
Anna Tester
29:41
Minnesota
Olivia Weaver
29:43
Eastvale, CA
Jess Tranel
29:51
Delaware, Ohio
Jeffrey Dutton
29:55
I'm new, but I've wanted to home school for a long time.
Shelisa Howell
30:01
Greeting from Barbados!
Anita Romeo
30:05
NE Ohio
Kirsten
30:08
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Ann Lawrie
30:16
NT Australia
Marci Groom
30:21
Welcome new to homeschool friends!
Jesalyn Saulietis
30:34
soooo good.
Elizabeth Trauer
30:35
Love Susan!!!
Kirsten
30:50
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Jesalyn Saulietis
31:00
Hi New Homeschooling people :)
Sarah Ochoa
31:03
all terrific books. I need to pull Rethinking School back off the shelf
Apple Sandefur
31:15
so great
Jesalyn Saulietis
31:18
oh @sarah I am currently reading that one!
Sterling Jaquith
31:22
Susan is my hero!
Kirsten
31:56
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Sarah Ochoa
32:01
its so good
Julie Bogart
32:06
HANG IN THERE WITH US. As more people come in, we will have better connectivity
Jesalyn Saulietis
32:13
its what I read before bed lol :)
Sarah Ochoa
32:18
lol
Kim Kraemer
32:28
Am I the only one with a bad connection?
Kirsten
32:34
Saw those baby lambs. So adorable!
Julie Bogart
32:36
No you are not.
Meredith Null
32:38
YAY!! we have bluefaced Leicesters and we are lambing too!
Debra Romero
32:48
Ni I am having trouble with audio.
Julie Bogart
32:49
Susan’s connection is on a farm. We’re hoping for good connectivity.
Saba Maqbool
32:51
Greetings from Vancouver
Kirsten
32:59
Replay will be available tomorrow at our conference page: https://bravewriter.com/about/homebound/homebound-conference
Jesalyn Saulietis
33:00
praying over Susan's connection :)
Amy Hackett
33:04
From West Virginia
Carrie Ferguson
33:11
Greetings from homeschoolers in Golden, British Columbia. We love your work!
Kirsten Coppin
33:27
We just paused a rousing game of Quiddler so Mummy could join
Marci Groom
33:29
Hi Amy Hackett from WV! I’m in wv too
Raquel Segebre-Aguirre
33:33
how do I mute my mic?
Kirsten
33:44
No need to mute for this webinar.
Jesalyn Saulietis
33:50
LOL
Anita Romeo
33:53
haha
Sam Trudeau
33:56
haha
Jessica Calvert
33:57
lol
slshinskie
34:04
My son (currently homeschooled) is watching!! We use Susan’s books — and he didn’t realize she was a “real live” person—this is a trip for him!!
Laura Winslow
34:07
I'm in India and we aren't supposed to go out unless absolutely necessary
Raquel Segebre-Aguirre
34:18
Thank you for the answer.
Ellen Fondell
34:27
Hi from Ashland, Oregon! So happy to be here with you all.
Van Lake
34:31
The video stopped working
Afton Blakely
34:32
It’s cutting in and out for me :(
Jill Rowton
34:35
Ack it’s frozen…
Jesalyn Saulietis
34:38
It's "robotting"
Andrea Biber
34:40
same here
Julie Bogart
34:42
Shoot. It is for me too. Hope she’ll come back through
Jade Morgan
34:43
yep
Hannah Nilsen
34:47
Yes, here too
Mia Cooper
34:49
Having trouble with the connection
Sam Trudeau
34:50
same
Ann Lawrie
34:50
mine cut out too...fingers crossed it kicks back in
Jeffrey Dutton
34:50
It's choppy for me too.
Cindy Fraley
34:53
totally frozen
Kathy Mercado
34:53
It’s cutting in and out for me too. :(
Debra Romero
34:57
I tried rebooting did not help.
Alma Umana
34:58
Same here
Brandy Boudreaux
35:01
very choppy for me and now it's cut out
Mia Cooper
35:01
Gone completely now
Sam Trudeau
35:03
lost connection
Corinne Zagorski
35:04
Oh no
Kirsten
35:06
Hold on everyone. We’ll try to get it back.
Theresa Penev
35:07
can't get anything
Whitney Canales
35:08
oh how sad 😭
Corissa Ruggiero
35:09
Going in and out for me too...now the connection is gone.
Kristin Chacon
35:11
oh man. :(
Melissa Chapman
35:12
Oh no! Where did Susan go?
Jill Rowton
35:13
Yes, lost the connection
Khadija Khanani
35:37
Maybe it will stream better without video?
Rita Cevasco
35:38
Can she hardwire her computer?
Mia Cooper
35:38
Audio only? Might help
Jade Morgan
35:44
audio only
Heather Wise
36:05
Move to the big city with real connectivity.
Hillary Johnsrud
36:19
Audio only is working well!
Elizabeth Shelor
36:23
sounds good!
Jesalyn Saulietis
36:23
haha Heather, if you didn't have that last name lol
Apple Sandefur
36:59
no problem
Christina Munoz
37:00
We live in the country, too. Happens to me all the time!
Apple Sandefur
37:06
all good
Julie Bogart
37:06
Thanks re: earrings!
Kirsten
37:14
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Joelle McNulty
37:34
we live in the country too. no worries 😉
Aurora Hicks
37:41
that book is so helpful
Amanda Finn
38:03
This is the homeschool version of “celebrities—they are just like us.” 😂
Jade Morgan
38:10
no worries.
rachel brown
38:21
“The Well-Trained Mind” was my first homeschooling book!
Kirsten Coppin
38:22
Honestly this is a metaphor for our homeschool rn
Sarah Ochoa
38:24
awwwww sweet lambie
Julie Bogart
38:34
Look at me being the IT girl
Sam Trudeau
38:36
so cute!
Kirsten
38:36
The Well Trained Mind https://welltrainedmind.com/p/well-trained-mind-4th-edition/?v=7516fd43adaa
Afton Blakely
38:43
Can she turn her camera off and do just the slides? Might help! :)
Jill Rowton
38:44
Ack lost connection again
Nathalie Hawkins
38:53
I am totally star struck right now
Karen Taylor
38:57
We started our homeschooling journey eight years ago with "Well Trained Mind" .....thank you, Susan, and your mother too!
Sterling Jaquith
39:00
Is she Catholic?
Jade Morgan
39:03
audio only. cutting out/freezing
Anna Majeed
39:03
Thanks for doing this! we all have technical difficulties sometimes :)
Julie Bogart
39:45
Here we go. No video. It will work
Jesalyn Saulietis
39:53
i'm not sure sterling, however I am not chatholic, and sometimes I practice a Lenten seson
Jesalyn Saulietis
40:26
LOL
Sarah Ochoa
40:31
LOVE IT
Sarah Gwin
40:34
Ha!
Lise McGuinness
40:40
Cracking up.
Julie Bogart
40:40
HAHAHAH
Emily Norris
40:41
Hahahaha
Karina Venable
40:43
LOL!
Hillary Johnsrud
40:43
haha
Jen Schwammlein
40:46
😍
Sam Trudeau
40:46
haha
Sarah Ochoa
40:48
YESSSSS I have four boys. Relate completely
S V
40:49
we are definitely related hahahaha
Ana Miller
40:49
Sterling Jaquith! So excited you are here too! I don't believe she is.
Tessa Hardiman
40:55
Haha!
Sasha Peterson
40:59
That is great!! I have three boys as well and this looks really familiar
Emily Norris
41:33
So true!
Christina Oliveri-Ceballos
41:47
Yes!!!
Jade Morgan
41:48
hahahaha
Mia Cooper
41:49
Amen!
Hillary Johnsrud
41:50
lol my 5 y/o kid just said “sounds like me”
Julie Bogart
41:55
Yeah my first disabused me of that immediately
Hillary Johnsrud
41:55
really? lol
Mia Cooper
41:56
me either
Jesalyn Saulietis
42:02
awww Hillary lol cute.
Sarah Ochoa
42:08
cool. I think I’ll homeschool the younger two permanently but the older two HAVE TO GO BACK LOL
Mia Cooper
42:11
first one was made for school
Jesalyn Saulietis
42:51
the first principle. "Sanity" love it.
Corissa Ruggiero
42:58
The audio is going in and out for me...anyone else?
Ann Lawrie
43:02
agree!!! I have one that is uniquely him
Julie Bogart
43:03
She’s a truth-teller.
Julie Bogart
43:10
That’s why I like her
Jesalyn Saulietis
43:12
tells it like it is ;)
Emily Norris
43:25
Both of you are awesome at that!
Sarah Ochoa
43:40
amen
Jadie Mejia
43:46
I’m so thankful! this is so encouraging
Melissa Jasko
43:52
Yes! My 2 favorite homeschoolers!
Jesalyn Saulietis
44:09
ohhhhhh that's going to help so much! ty ;)
Jesalyn Saulietis
44:17
haha
Jesalyn Saulietis
44:20
rocket league
Suzanne Tayal
44:24
Ugh! But I wish I could create a love for reading!
Melodie Cantrell
44:30
my audio is going in and out too. trying to be patient
Linda Plass
44:48
at best you can create a tolerance for it
Mia Cooper
44:59
haha Linda
Jesalyn Saulietis
45:08
and they love their vegetables!
Julie Bogart
45:08
“locally sourced breakfast”
Anita Romeo
45:23
yes!!
Elizabeth Markham
45:29
hahaha. yes!
Frances Cratsley
45:36
yes
Suzanne Tayal
45:43
Ha ha! There’s a board book of War and Peace that was given as a gag gift in my family.
Debra Romero
45:46
Yes!!
Melody Divine
45:52
wow, she's visited my homeschool
Jesalyn Saulietis
45:53
(getting my notebook out!)
Colleen Johnson
45:54
you, yourself can have a live for learning and just model that..they’ll eventually catch the love.
Rona Houser
45:57
I’m listening on my phone but watching on my computer. (I’ve had no glitches since I called in.)
Elizabeth Markham
46:00
Suzanne that’s hilarious. love it!
Julie Bogart
46:22
“keep a space open where it can grow”
Julie Bogart
46:26
“be patient"
Mia Cooper
46:30
wise words
Jesalyn Saulietis
46:56
"faithful to the basics"
Julie Bogart
47:00
Love is something that comes from within, but what we talk about is noticing what they love.
Laura Deaver
47:27
But they are so LOUD with their emotional responses, lol
Julie Bogart
47:34
“you’re making their emotional response to their assigned task the standard by which you are evaluating your own faithfulness."
BROOKE WELCH
47:35
Guilty
Mia Cooper
47:37
haha
Erin McGhee
47:38
So true! Understanding this principle is so key to creating a healthy, mom-guilt-free atmosphere.
Julie Bogart
47:39
“That way madness lies"
Elizabeth Markham
47:40
true story, Laura 😬
Anna Majeed
47:49
oh so true! thank you! I've been struggling with doing that soo much lately.
Debra Romero
48:27
So true.
Elizabeth Markham
48:37
I’ve been in that madness.
Sam Trudeau
48:39
I needed this today!
Sarah Gwin
48:46
ooh...guilty.
Julie Bogart
48:58
Loving that
Kristin Chacon
49:11
when we are finished, I'd love to ask a specific question
Melissa Hedrick
49:11
Don’t let their reaction set your standards! Ugh. It’s so hard! Needed this!
Tessa Hardiman
49:11
so true!
Raquel Segebre-Aguirre
49:19
I’ve been set free!! And it only took 15 minutes :) haha
Kirsten Coppin
49:24
YAS
Jesalyn Saulietis
49:36
hah raquel
Kirsten
49:41
Replays will be available on our conference page tomorrow: https://bravewriter.com/about/homebound/homebound-conference
Sky Sanchez
49:58
great advice
Julie Bogart
49:59
“Keep your eyes on your own page.”
Linda Plass
50:00
for sure!
Mary Hicks
50:10
Creating a love of learning was one of my classroom goals. I wish I had known that was not possible.
Sky Sanchez
50:20
me too, Mary
Hillary Johnsrud
50:38
I don’t think that’s a bad goal! just realizing it’s an environment you aim for and not something you need to achieve
Sky Sanchez
50:47
happy to hear, in a way, that’s not my job
Sterling Jaquith
50:56
hahaha
Hillary Johnsrud
51:02
I think *modeling* a love of learning can be SUPER helpful
Sky Sanchez
51:10
Cuz Fail on any given day😂
Melissa Hedrick
51:23
Yes!
Sky Sanchez
51:25
YES, Hillary
Tessa Hardiman
51:28
So good!
Kirsten Coppin
51:37
PREACH
Elizabeth Markham
51:38
lol
Sky Sanchez
51:40
🙌🏽
Laura Kwiatkowski
51:40
Hehe
Erin McGhee
51:45
haha! Yes!
Mary Hicks
51:51
Keeping a space open for the love of learning to develop makes so much sense.
Cheryl Dulog
51:56
comparisons are 2000s FOMO
Kristin Chacon
52:11
duh....SOTW! :)
Sasha Peterson
52:13
YES!!! My biggest pet peeve, people who have a 5 year old giving advice to me on how to raise a teenager!
Jesalyn Saulietis
52:14
so true, i always "glean" from the parents who have launched their kid/s
Kirsten Coppin
52:15
I love it when my little sister who has an 8 month old points out how I'm failing my kids ;) (and we were homeschooled!)
Alma Umana
52:23
makes sense!!
Jesalyn Saulietis
52:27
i wish there was a mentoring network
Julie Bogart
52:44
There is! The Homeschool Alliance is that
Kristin Chacon
52:46
coercion
Kristin Chacon
52:48
no no no
Jesalyn Saulietis
52:52
oh, i will check that out ty
Julie Bogart
52:56
bravewriter.com/homeschool-alliance
Elizabeth Markham
52:57
so good.
Marci Groom
53:10
homeschool alliance is THE HOMESCHOOL MENTORING place!
April Dugger
53:16
Yes! This is why I quit homeschool conventions!
Marci Groom
53:46
I quit reading about all the ways to do it right! I like life better now!
Anna Tester
53:47
Sounds like Love and Logic to me. :)
Elizabeth Markham
53:52
guilty 😬🤦🏼‍♀️
Marci Groom
53:54
Hi April!!, hugs friend
Kirsten Coppin
54:17
We are parents first, teachers second
Jodi
54:17
thank you for saying this!!
Corinne Zagorski
54:21
YES
April Dugger
54:26
Hi Marci! Yes, those olders humble us, don’t they? LOL
Jesalyn Saulietis
54:27
(I will need to go and make dinner now, but will definitely re-watch - ty for being here Susan, for your work, for your faithfulness, and Julie, ty for the space and community to empower our learning environments. :) )
Elizabeth Markham
54:41
I needed this reminder.
Meredith Bong
54:45
“Your internet is unstable”??
Elizabeth Trauer
54:59
Don’t buy all the things too.
Debra Romero
55:18
Best advice Elizabeth!
Nathalie Hawkins
55:39
I will be replaying this all week. This is exactly what I needed to hear. I am 7 years into homeschooling and my compliant first born in unrecognizable as a preteen. #3 is sage advice
Melissa Hedrick
55:50
Oh my Liam…..
Elizabeth Markham
55:53
I have two and there is one of those 😂
Katie Davis
56:15
Me too Elizabeth!
Elizabeth Trauer
56:24
I cried the first I heard Susan talk about this, the odd kid out
Kirsten
56:30
Replays will be available on the conference page tomorrow: https://bravewriter.com/about/homebound/homebound-conference
sarah alley
56:31
Every day I think I love my oldest but I just don't understand her!
Karen Taylor
56:32
Natalie Hawkins....I can relate!
Cyndee Griffith
56:39
Sadly, one of my two great-granddaughters!
Hillary Johnsrud
56:41
I was the odd kid out for sure… now my two are two peas in a pod!
Jennifer Delamater
56:44
I have several odd kids out- in different ways
Elizabeth Trauer
56:49
Yep, that was me at Wild and Free with Susan.
Elizabeth Markham
57:32
I’m hearing such great things about Wild and Free
emily.cutsinger
57:40
haha. this is my middle kid. Exact same story
Ann Lawrie
57:49
this is my second....thankyou Susan for this
Laura Deaver
57:50
My kids say lots of things just to shut me up!
Melissa Hedrick
57:50
Will there be a Wild and Free Franklin conference?
Adrianne Suhy
57:58
my middle too!
Ann Lawrie
58:06
my middle too
Julie Bogart
58:09
Yes, if we are allowed to travel (Franklin W+F)
Kirsten Coppin
58:17
Sheesh this is my 8 year old who reads on the 7th grade level but gives ZERO you-know-whats about spelling. She can correct misspellings and grammatical errors, aces her spelling tests, but when she writes, she ignores it all
Frances Cratsley
58:36
did w+f last year was amazing 😍
Julie Bogart
58:40
HAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Alma Umana
58:46
LOL
Laura Deaver
58:47
and then your head blew up!
Elizabeth Markham
58:48
lol
Linda Plass
58:48
dying LOL!!
Tessa Hardiman
58:53
Oh bless!
Sarah Ochoa
59:00
lol
Sam Trudeau
59:11
i probably would have done the same thing...
Mia Cooper
59:22
sounds like my boy
sarah alley
59:23
LOL I love that you admitted that! I felt that way with my 3rd grader. I can't imagine as a teenager!
Elizabeth Markham
59:28
ROTFL
Heidi Felton
59:31
My oldest. Oh my heavens. I don’t even know what to do with him most days. The “not caring”
Brandy Boudreaux
59:54
I only have 2 boys (8yo and 10yo) and my second son has SPD and we're pretty sure my 10yo does. This describes both of them
Adelaide Goldberg
01:00:03
Hahaha… I have 4 kids and definitely have an odd kid out with all the points you have shown
Sarah Ochoa
01:00:19
oh my God. I was that kid
Laura Deaver
01:00:23
Heart breaking! So hard for everyone involved!
Elizabeth Markham
01:00:26
hugs
Kirsten Coppin
01:00:32
Oh Susan, this is a book all on its own
Sarah Ochoa
01:00:35
so hard.
Mia Cooper
01:00:50
:-(
Alma Umana
01:00:57
Oh no :(((
Jen Paraska
01:01:01
Oh goodness
Karina Venable
01:01:01
Oh my.
Jen Schwammlein
01:01:24
I’m so glad you had that kid. your experience matters to so many!
Emily Norris
01:01:26
Thank you for sharing this, Susan. Hugs
Jen Paraska
01:01:27
Transparency is so awesome
Joanna Sinha
01:01:32
Thank goodness he was safe in the end. How terrifying for any parent.
Mia Cooper
01:01:47
thank you for this
Sarah Ochoa
01:01:53
I absolutely thank you for sharing this, Susan.
Sarah McBride
01:01:56
Some of us just need to find our own way, the hard way :)
Shelisa Howell
01:02:00
Thanks for sharing your experiences!
Julie Bogart
01:02:01
I shared mine in my book
Sarah Ochoa
01:02:05
That’s right, Sarah Mc!
Sarah Ochoa
01:02:42
my odd kid out is actually neurotypical…with two older neurodivergent kids….
Sarah Ochoa
01:02:54
and a possible younger brother neurodivergent kiddo
Cyndee Griffith
01:03:09
I found tough-love to eventially work, but it does take years. Thank God!
Nathalie Hawkins
01:03:48
Puddleglum is cracking me up!!!
Ami Slater
01:04:01
ectomorph that's from a long time ago
Frances Cratsley
01:04:10
this is my 10 year old girl wow
Heidi Felton
01:04:36
now I think I have two odd kids out
Kirsten Coppin
01:04:53
We've joked that our oldest is just a sociopath (doesn't mean an axe murderer...just doesn't have the same social behaviors we do)
Julie Bogart
01:05:10
Haha!
sarah alley
01:06:04
This may be the best thing I have ever heard. This is my daughter 100%. Thanks for the wisdom!
Jenny Campbell
01:06:19
sounds almost the same as disorganized attachment
Jadie Mejia
01:06:29
hmmm... now I’m trying to think which of my children it is 😂
Julie Bogart
01:06:45
Yes recorded.
Kirsten
01:07:39
Replays will be on our conference page: https://bravewriter.com/about/homebound/homebound-conference
Jen Paraska
01:07:40
I have done ALL these things with my poor 10 year old boy
Frances Cratsley
01:07:50
me too
Elizabeth Markham
01:08:02
I’ve been taking away Minecraft and it is not working.
Kim Meadows
01:08:02
This is so my youngest. It's hard because I am lost at how to parent him.I even said "I need to love him more" But everything that list had on it is our everyday.
Julie Bogart
01:08:17
There are no transcripts.
Sterling Jaquith
01:08:20
Is this information in one of her books?
Heidi Felton
01:08:21
OH my. That is what we’ve been SLOWLY learning with my oldest.
Kenza Dekar
01:08:23
What else would you do????
Julie Bogart
01:08:31
She only gives this talk at conferences.
Mary Hicks
01:08:33
This is what I needed to hear tonight. My youngest is my odd one out and it’s tempting to do all these “don’t”.
Karen Patten
01:09:03
Susan, it’s like you know my son!
Mia Cooper
01:09:26
done all these don'ts
Elizabeth Markham
01:09:26
it doesn’t seem fair that the oldest got punished for not doing what she was told and she feels like the other kid isn’t receiving punishment/taking stuff away
Rachel Nystrand
01:09:30
Shoot. I'm on the West Coast and my family wants to eat dinner. :D I'll catch the recording. Thank you so much for making the recording available. This is so life-giving.
Marci Groom
01:09:31
i did all this with my oldest and the odd one out and it was disastrous. Thankfully we have recovered as she is nearly 20 and out of the family home.
Elizabeth Markham
01:09:33
help!
Julie Bogart
01:09:40
Rethinking School also talks about some of these strategies, fyi
Elizabeth Markham
01:09:49
I need to read that!
Julie Bogart
01:09:51
Rethinking School is Susan’s most recent book
Julie Bogart
01:09:54
It’s excellent.
Julie Bogart
01:10:02
Yes by Susan
Linda Plass
01:10:08
Her book is excellent!
Jadie Mejia
01:10:14
I’m definitely going to read that
Adelaide Goldberg
01:10:15
I need to read that as well!
April Dugger
01:10:17
Fabulous book! Definitely worth reading!
Mia Cooper
01:10:17
fear is the enemyof love
Linda Plass
01:10:21
Rethinking School !!
Erica Hunter
01:10:22
It is great
Marci Groom
01:10:22
yes, so true, acting from fear over love!
Mary Hicks
01:10:29
I have Rethinking School on my shelf and haven’t read it yet. I’m putting at the top of my stack to read.
Dana Brindle
01:10:34
So good.
Julie Bogart
01:10:38
https://www.amazon.com/Rethinking-School-Charge-Childs-Education/dp/0393356841
Marci Groom
01:10:41
acting on love is actually so much easier
Meredith Hill
01:10:46
Fear parenting, don’t do it!
Julie Bogart
01:11:12
Here
Julie Bogart
01:11:21
Here’s Rethinking School on audio book
Nathalie Hawkins
01:11:22
This is incredibly timely for me. Thank you!
Julie Bogart
01:11:22
https://www.amazon.com/Rethinking-School-Charge-Childs-Education-dp-B078WFL9L5/dp/B078WFL9L5/
Jade Morgan
01:11:31
♥️
Jade Morgan
01:11:39
thank you!!
Allison Pittman
01:12:09
Is Rethinking School really helpful for us permanently homeschooling or does it focus more on public school?
Linda Plass
01:12:13
My son tends to hang on his cousins literally way too much. I need to explicitly articulate that he’s too old for that now. It’s not cute anymore.
Laura Kwiatkowski
01:12:24
Rethinking School is absolutely for homeschoolers too
Julie Bogart
01:12:30
Yes definitely!
Linda Plass
01:12:41
Rethinking School definitely helps the homeschooler.
Julie Bogart
01:12:43
It’s a wonderful thoughtful educational philosophy piece.
Laura Kwiatkowski
01:12:50
I learned a lot (of course I'm only 2 years into homeschooling) and have read Well-Trained Mind at least three times
Linda Plass
01:13:00
helps any parent with that “odd child” which means every parent with more than 1 child
Frances Cratsley
01:13:03
oh personal cleanliness!!
Ami Slater
01:13:35
We have to specify new social rules for kids who are moving up and away from preschool, through elementary. Direct teaching.
Julie Bogart
01:13:38
I used to only be able to give Noah one instruction at a time: Put on your shirt. Now your pants. Now make your bed. Now brush your teeth.
Jen Paraska
01:14:07
Thank you for permission to Set a bare minimum for him!
Kim Meadows
01:14:24
Thank you for keeping it SO REAL!
Elizabeth Markham
01:14:24
I have a kid who needs one instruction at a time.
Alma Umana
01:14:33
Wow that’s so good!!
Jade Morgan
01:14:34
wow.
Julie Bogart
01:15:13
The key is to embrace THEIR pace.
Jade Morgan
01:15:26
this is amazing.
Brittany Dickerson
01:15:32
Why don’t more people talk about kids who are struggling? This is really the information we all need. Trying regular advice just frustrates everyone.
Mia Cooper
01:15:34
I learned this...
Sarah Ochoa
01:15:49
love love love
Jen Schwammlein
01:15:50
yes
Mia Cooper
01:16:05
Can't let school destroy the relationship
Julie Bogart
01:16:05
Amen!
Jennifer Delamater
01:16:33
We did this--- my 3rd kiddo is full time at the public high school
Julie Bogart
01:17:03
For kids who struggle with the peer comparison, this is where you need to solve WITH the child. That feeling can lead to breakthroughs because they will want therapeutic help, tutors, and effort. It’s much harder when they have no sense of need.
Brandy Boudreaux
01:17:10
We have been trying so hard to talk with both of my kiddos
Jade Morgan
01:17:16
yes... so good
Jen Paraska
01:17:21
I have wasted SO much time trying to keep him at the level he isn’t at yet
Melissa Hedrick
01:19:02
I didn’t realize Susan was such a real person! lol
Apple Sandefur
01:19:09
real life
Julie Bogart
01:19:09
Ashely yes. :)
Apple Sandefur
01:19:20
❤️
Laura Kwiatkowski
01:19:50
LOL
Elizabeth Markham
01:19:53
I was that kid 😂
Nathalie Hawkins
01:20:00
I have the same make and model
Brandy Boudreaux
01:20:39
This was totally me and still is...I bottomed out in college so bad
Mia Cooper
01:20:49
Anxiety! That's my "good" kid now
Kirsten Coppin
01:20:59
Yep that's me
Nathalie Hawkins
01:21:01
That was me!
Debra Romero
01:21:05
Yes! I know what you are saying!
Karen Krueger
01:21:13
This is me. And I can see my daughter being just like me
Brandy Boudreaux
01:21:15
Meditation and yoga have gotten me much more stable!
Kirsten Coppin
01:21:23
Dry heaves and/or IBS before class every day of college and before work in my 20s
Laura Kwiatkowski
01:21:25
I worry about this anxiety + high performance already with my 7-year-old
Corinne Zagorski
01:21:30
Oh my goodness. I can totally relate.
Kirsten Coppin
01:21:40
Summa cum laude, but dying on the inside
Sam Trudeau
01:21:46
so relatable
Ann Lawrie
01:21:46
We've started meditation with my eldest to help with this trait
rachel brown
01:21:51
I so feel this!
Elizabeth Markham
01:21:51
I can relate to this
Mia Cooper
01:22:11
Exactly
Nathalie Hawkins
01:22:17
Kristin, I was the same way
Mia Cooper
01:22:20
There's that fear again,,,
Kirsten Coppin
01:22:25
And the fear is tied to loss of love--yep
slshinskie
01:22:36
Brilliant. Absolutely brilliant.
Linda Plass
01:22:37
“there motivation is fear” … deep sigh
Jade Morgan
01:22:39
holy crap. these are my kids.
Kristin Chacon
01:22:42
they are also easier at convincing themselves that they don't have faults (because they don't come out like our more outwardly challenging child)
Sarah Ochoa
01:22:53
word!
Julie Bogart
01:22:59
Truth
Jen Schwammlein
01:22:59
gah!!
April Dugger
01:22:59
Yes, Kristin!
AMANDA WALLACE
01:23:19
I have one of each.
Heidi Felton
01:23:19
ohhh, my poor second child.
Kirsten Coppin
01:23:20
Interesting, Kristin, because I was consumed with all my faults...but more like, I knew I should do better
Brandy Boudreaux
01:23:23
I've got my oldest (the good kid) in therapy at 10yo because he can't understand than if he gets disciplined he's not in trouble forever...but he feels like it's forever and so personal
Jen Paraska
01:23:30
Gut wrenching GOOD STUFF here
Laura Swenson
01:23:37
can they be both good kids and the odd one out?
Elizabeth Trauer
01:23:49
or like Julie says, I am so impressed by you.
Allison Pittman
01:24:06
Are these topics in Rethinking School?
Brianne Sessa
01:24:07
yep...my only child is both
Kirsten Coppin
01:24:08
We try to say, wow, you worked really hard at this, didn't you?
Julie Bogart
01:24:12
She’s describing HER children. Your mileage and experience will be yours and it will be helpful to us when you learn your lessons and share them like she’s doing. :)
Kristin Chacon
01:24:13
I mean, as a parent I'm often bit concerned with the inward challenges my good kid has because they don't challenge me outwardly. hope that makes sense.
Laura Kwiatkowski
01:24:16
Yes Allison
Allison Pittman
01:24:27
Thank :)
Kristin Chacon
01:24:28
gah. *not concerned
Hillary Johnsrud
01:24:33
my little 4 and 5 y/o perfectionists now say “It’s okay if it isn’t perfect” after each letter they write — PROGRESS!
Katharine Hamilton
01:25:01
This was me
Laura Swenson
01:25:06
the audio keeps cutting out
Jade Morgan
01:25:13
that’s one thing I LOVE about Xavier riddle on PBS. My kids quote the show saying “mistakes help you learn”
Kirsten Coppin
01:25:32
That's why we love the Rosie Revere picture book--we learn through failure
Jade Morgan
01:25:41
yes! we love Rosie!!?
Jade Morgan
01:25:47
and all the questioneers
Kristin Chacon
01:25:48
we LOVE Rosie Revere! ❣️
Tina E
01:25:57
what if your kind are both?
Brianne Sessa
01:25:59
parenting is hard
Sarah Ochoa
01:26:02
it is what it is!
Alma Umana
01:26:02
wow that’s spot on!!
April Dugger
01:26:08
No worries! Thank you for your time.
Annie Zoing
01:26:11
how do you help them do badly
Tina E
01:26:18
what if your kind is both?
Kirsten Coppin
01:26:26
Annie--you are not your work
sarah alley
01:26:27
I was the good kid! Totally agree. My "good kid" has learned how to be super sneaky and manipulative. She is cute and smart enough to get away with it.
Tina E
01:26:34
what if your kid is both?
Kirsten Coppin
01:26:49
That was what I finally said to an abusive boos in my 20s: Could you try criticizing my work, not me?
Kirsten Coppin
01:26:55
boss*
Tina E
01:26:59
what if your kid is both odd and perfectionist?
Sarah Ochoa
01:27:12
and this is why I love you, Susan. And you, Julie. They are human beings, not clay.
Sarah Ochoa
01:27:30
obnoxious and distracting each other!
Frances Cratsley
01:27:31
Yes all of them.
Marci Groom
01:28:21
which part of the brain are they operating in? connects so well with last night!
Kirsten Coppin
01:28:44
Moody, that's my oldest
Penny Dullaghan
01:28:47
That is my kid - needs to see the point. (I don’t think she’s wrong, but it’s tiring sometimes.) ;)
Marci Groom
01:29:29
lower the bar to find success!
Jenny Campbell
01:29:48
okay so I have one of each...
Julie Bogart
01:29:49
Yes!
Elizabeth Markham
01:30:07
it does connect so well with last night, Marci
Aurora Hicks
01:30:12
that's the "rebel" according to gretchen rubin.
Kirsten Coppin
01:30:29
Yeah, setting her own plan...that's my daughter. We just started experimenting with letting her create her own daily agenda
Kirsten Coppin
01:30:47
Haha and creative is my second daughter
Jodi
01:31:01
Creative oldest
Kirsten Coppin
01:31:02
She'd rather be painting and writing poems about how much she loves her siblings
Cyndee Griffith
01:31:02
Would this child say, 'This is boring?'
Kirsten Coppin
01:31:33
ooh getting my notepad!
Suzanne Tayal
01:31:37
Ahh, strategies! Hurray!
Jodi
01:31:50
wow Kirsten! It is awesome thar she likes her sibs that much.
Kirsten Coppin
01:32:12
She's really just manipulative and knows it earns her brownie points ;)
Jodi
01:32:28
*that
Kim Meadows
01:32:34
Thanks for recording. It's time to put kids to bed. I'll catch the rest later tonight.
Jodi
01:32:35
lol
Apple Sandefur
01:32:45
you’re glitching but none of your words are lost
Julie Bogart
01:33:13
Yes goodnight. Recording will be up tomorrow. :)
Hillary Johnsrud
01:33:38
lol love this title
Kenza Dekar
01:33:46
But they will build thehabit
Julie Bogart
01:34:33
You can startshorter.
Julie Bogart
01:34:34
WE did.
Julie Bogart
01:34:47
And you can ask them how many minutes they can give their best effort and see how that goes.
Jade Morgan
01:34:59
love that strategy
Frances Cratsley
01:35:05
positive reinforcement
Anna Eaton
01:35:13
haha
Kirsten Coppin
01:35:21
What's your carrot?
Julie Bogart
01:35:23
Yes 5 minutes can be huge esp for young kids
Anna Eaton
01:35:23
that's great, yes, we get paid
Katharine Hamilton
01:35:25
We get paid to go to work
Sarah Ochoa
01:35:29
hey, behavior theory- aba therapy for people with autism- is based largely on this!
Sarah Ochoa
01:35:42
CARROTS!
Anna Tester
01:35:44
It's goal setting.
Julie Bogart
01:35:46
Let them light a candle while they do it.
Kirsten Coppin
01:35:50
Girl, preach
Brandy Boudreaux
01:35:56
Doing my RBT training...that's helped so much with my SPD boys
Alma Umana
01:36:01
Yes that’s positive reinforcement !
Kirsten Coppin
01:36:11
If it works with puppies, it'll work with kids
Jen Schwammlein
01:36:18
I just resorted to this with a chapter book 😂
Alma Umana
01:36:19
haha
Hillary Johnsrud
01:36:20
like potty training for fruit snacks! haha
Julie Bogart
01:36:25
LOVE that;.
Julie Bogart
01:36:29
Teach one thing at a time.
Julie Bogart
01:36:34
The one thing principle
Shelisa Howell
01:37:07
Speaking of potty training id like a webinar on that please!
Frances Cratsley
01:37:11
I will give Hershey kisses if deodorant is applied
Linda Plass
01:37:13
I have a child who would always focus on # wrong rather than # correct. Gave him a cup of m&ms equal to # wrong and a cup of m&ms equal to # correct (far greater #) and asked him which he wanted to focus on/have. Helped him to realize the # wrong was far less important.
Karen Krueger
01:37:32
Love that, Linda
Allison Pittman
01:37:39
Love this, Linda!
Kirsten Coppin
01:37:41
We faced this with multiplication/division this year, 3rd grade...she can totally do it, but it intimidates her
Sarah Ochoa
01:37:48
Hershey’s for deodorant lololololol
Brandy Boudreaux
01:37:48
Awesome LInda! Great idea
Kirsten Coppin
01:37:55
So we hit the brakes and slowed it waaaay down
Jenny Campbell
01:38:19
I would love a webinar on potty training while homeschooling 3 SPED kiddos with varying needs and levels .
Kirsten Coppin
01:39:00
Jenny YES I've got three i'm teaching and the 2 year old is a domestic terrorist
Linda Plass
01:39:03
THIS!!!! Drop difficulty, increase time. So important. Really builds their confidence too.
Natalie Bardwell
01:39:04
Jenny, we are potty training right now after I declared it spring break! Haha, so no teaching for me…just potty training.
Linda Plass
01:39:33
preach!!
Elizabeth Trauer
01:39:36
I don’t think as an adult I could do an hour and half of any subject that i didn’t love. If then.
Jenny Campbell
01:40:03
I have an adopted son with RAD if I drop the structure I will lose my sanity!
Jessica Calvert
01:40:07
I did this when teaching my youngest to read. He got stuck with the silent e, we stopped and waited 6-8 weeks and then tackled it again. And bam, he could do silent e words
Kirsten Coppin
01:40:08
Love a good ballet reference!
Apple Sandefur
01:41:12
no prob
Frances Cratsley
01:41:13
no worries this is wonderful ❤️
Jade Morgan
01:41:20
it’s no problem! I’m so thankful for this opportunity!!!
Elizabeth Markham
01:41:20
no worries!
Jen Schwammlein
01:41:20
no worries!
Sarah Ochoa
01:41:21
I have pages of notes
Shelisa Howell
01:41:21
that totally fine susan. Just happy to be here
Debra Romero
01:41:34
No worries!
Jade Morgan
01:41:38
thank you for spending your time on this
Julie Bogart
01:41:39
She has the same desktop as me: stuffed with stuff!
Sterling Jaquith
01:41:40
I know the answer is probably somewhere but are these talks being recorded so I can suggest them to other people later
Julie Bogart
01:41:40
LOL
Julie Bogart
01:41:58
Yes they are being recorded. :)
Julie Bogart
01:42:04
Will be posted on the conference page.
Cyndee Griffith
01:42:40
A timer works wonders at home AND in the classroom. Set timer at random minutes for student to self-evaluate when time rings.
Kirsten
01:42:40
Replays available tomorrow on our conference page: https://bravewriter.com/about/homebound/homebound-conference
Erica Hunter
01:42:51
my oldest actually has an underreceptive chronoreceptive system- he literally doesn’t have any concept of time
Laura Swenson
01:43:14
the timer gives my kid anxiety
Karen Krueger
01:43:17
We use a timer, but haven't had it in view...just using Alexa. I like the idea of them seeing it
Julie Bogart
01:43:21
Noah couldn’t do a timer either.
Julie Bogart
01:43:26
But some of my kids LOVED it
Kirsten Coppin
01:44:03
We use a timer on the kitchen oven that they can't see, but they know when it beeps
Hannah Hoshide
01:44:11
Timer’s make all of my kids panic. :/
Rachel Lightner
01:44:18
We use a small candle; it feels like less pressure.
Maribeth Bousum
01:44:38
My son has “Alexa” set a timer and it has been a game changer for him.
Kirsten Coppin
01:44:44
They can get up and check it if they want to, but they're not watching it
Heidi Felton
01:44:45
like a sand timer?
Jen Paraska
01:44:47
yes, just got some one hour candles off amazon
Karen Krueger
01:44:49
like that idea, Rachel
Julie Bogart
01:44:53
We used candles a lot
Jenny Campbell
01:44:53
I have one that sets the timer for everything . Initially he hated it but when he controls it is super helpful.
Jessica Calvert
01:45:00
My Odd one out can't handle the timer.
Nathalie Hawkins
01:45:11
My youngest despises timers but she will use a stop watch and then challenge herself to be her own time.
Nathalie Hawkins
01:45:29
beat*
Kirsten Coppin
01:46:03
Um isn't that called procrastination ;) *raises hand*
Kirsten Coppin
01:46:35
It's about getting to the right brain space
Aurora Hicks
01:46:40
that makes sense
Penny Dullaghan
01:46:43
We call it “the long runway”
Kirsten
01:47:06
Replays: https://bravewriter.com/about/homebound/homebound-conference
Jen Paraska
01:47:29
Yes, my 13 year old creative NEEDS to do one subject a day at best
Brandy Boudreaux
01:48:02
I never realized one subject at a time was acceptable...such a relief!
Kirsten Coppin
01:48:15
I'm with you, Susan, yawning but fired up in VB ;)
Joanna Sinha
01:48:23
Richard Louv says that kids don't even really engage in nature until they have been outdoors for about 45min, then they get an idea or really notice something that will stay with them really connect them to the natural world. And most kids just get a 15 min recess. Time is really a critical factor for many life experiences. It takes time to decompress and reorient and then engage deeply.
Julie Bogart
01:48:50
This is a great idea!
Jen Schwammlein
01:48:54
that’s a good reference
Sarah Ochoa
01:49:06
my 9 year old would LOVE that
Afton Blakely
01:49:06
I like this idea!
Jen Paraska
01:49:07
Genius! My son would LOVE this
Suzanne Tayal
01:49:14
I got this out of Rethinking School, and tried it with my son last year. He loved it, and I had completely forgotten about it. I think it felt like a game to him.
Kirsten Coppin
01:49:27
Yeah I can totally put my two oldest head-to-head
Joanna Sinha
01:49:29
Just going to plug Susan's workbook Plan Your Year, it has great ideas for reorganizing your time.
Kirsten
01:50:32
A great read! https://welltrainedmind.com/p/rethinking-school/?v=7516fd43adaa
slshinskie
01:50:35
It can be an “obstacle course” of sorts; a beginning, events, an end—timed for completion once and then used as a reward?
Linda Plass
01:50:56
We started using ‘planners’ with my twins 7th gr. We fill out the week each Monday morning. They know their independent work for each day and which subjects we will do ‘group work’. My son is suddenly self motivated because he knows when he’ll be done.
Hillary Johnsrud
01:51:02
Yes!! the checklist!! we put to-do’s on the white board and suddenly my kids were excited!
Suzanne Tayal
01:51:12
Kirsten, just remember that
Suzanne Tayal
01:51:44
Kirsten, just remember that “comparisons are death” ;)
slshinskie
01:51:44
I move them around the house: Math problems set on the kitchen table, then move to the office where they arrange history timeline events, then to the family room where they arrange continents, oceans, etc….
Cyndee Griffith
01:52:03
What did she give her son to pick what he wanted to learn?
Linda Plass
01:52:09
Joanna - where do you find that workbook Plan Your Year?
Karen Amesse
01:52:19
Rainbow Resource catalog
Kirsten Coppin
01:52:22
Suzanne lol...my 6 year keeps my 8 year old on her toes!
Vivian Chern
01:52:25
The checklist works really well for my kids.
slshinskie
01:52:29
Sometimes I “hide” the wrong answer like a “Waldo” problem—find the event that is in the wrong spot….
Julie Bogart
01:53:11
We have a planning tool in the Homeschool Alliance called “Intuitive Homeschool Planning:Plan for the Child You Love”
Kirsten Coppin
01:53:16
We are so doing a gap year in middle school...and probably again junior year
Cheryl Dulog
01:53:28
Rainbow Resource Catalog ( Kentucky) Is a Resource that SWB mentioned
Joanna Sinha
01:53:30
THis is the full title: Plan Your Year: Homeschool Planning for Purpose and Peace by Pam Barnhill
Julie Bogart
01:53:33
Liam did four years of middle school and a gap year before college. Started at age 20
Linda Plass
01:53:39
thx
Ellen Fondell
01:54:05
4 years of middle school is so smart…
Julie Bogart
01:54:13
It was awesome for us
Linda Plass
01:54:15
That was my question :) A gap year between middle school and high school.
Kirsten Coppin
01:54:16
Puberty is so hard!!
Linda Plass
01:54:29
thank you …. that’s what I’m thinking makes most sense
Joanna Sinha
01:54:31
I have planned a 4 year middle school and a year abroad in high school as 5th year.
Joanna Lacanlale
01:54:34
what do you do during your gap year?
Jen Paraska
01:54:41
My 13 year old oldest has had such a chill year to give her time to really be strong and figure out who she is, how she does things, etc. Oh if I would have had that!
Julie Bogart
01:54:54
It was the year my son learned how to make friends. we read, we did some math, he played chess and games. But it helped him get ready for high school
Vivian Chern
01:54:55
I’m wondering the same thing…what does the kid do during gap year?
AMANDA WALLACE
01:54:59
What does a middle grade gap year look like?'
slshinskie
01:55:25
Could they focus on a language? A total immersion?
Julie Bogart
01:55:37
Yes Ashley. :)
Kirsten Coppin
01:55:50
Volunteerism, pursuing a sport or activity, traveling to stay with family, working on a bigger project (writing, art, mastering music pieces, programming, etc)
slshinskie
01:56:00
“Re-learn” everything in another language?
Julie Bogart
01:56:05
Yes Deanna.
Julie Bogart
01:56:07
Exactly that
Julie Bogart
01:56:14
Slow down
Julie Bogart
01:56:21
Joyce! Nice
Jenny Campbell
01:56:37
My friend had her 12 year old go to France as an exchange student. She made the point that there was far less trouble for her to get in as a younger child then a teen.
Julie Bogart
01:57:05
:)
Jen Paraska
01:57:06
I let her rest, sleep in, take bubble baths, do art and science projects, go on hike, read all the books, watch great classic films together, go on dates with her to theatre events etc.
zarga
01:57:10
They won’t end up living in a van, down by the river?
Vivian Chern
01:57:17
LOL
Brandy Boudreaux
01:57:25
lol
Jen Paraska
01:57:33
Living in vans by the river is trending right now
Frances Cratsley
01:57:35
Zarga, lol
N E
01:57:41
Thanks so much!!
Jodi
01:57:42
yes! needed to hear this with oldest 13 yo boy
DeAnna Maertens
01:57:43
Jen P. LoL
Karina Venable
01:57:44
Thank you!!!
Hillary Johnsrud
01:57:45
thank you!!
slshinskie
01:57:45
Thank you so much.
Frances Cratsley
01:57:45
thanks for sharing
Colleen Hepnar
01:57:47
Thank you, Susan! So relevant!
Kirsten Coppin
01:57:47
Brava Susan!!
Sarah Gwin
01:57:47
Thank you, Susan!!
Mia Cooper
01:57:48
Thank you!!!
Suzanne Tayal
01:57:48
Thank you so much!!!
Jade Morgan
01:57:48
thank you so much!!!
Beth Raby
01:57:49
Thank you, Susan!
Jess Tranel
01:57:49
thank you!!
Debra Romero
01:57:49
Thank you for all the great advice Susan! God bless!
Dana Brindle
01:57:49
Thank you, Susan!
April Dugger
01:57:49
Thank you so much, Susan!
Andrea Carlson
01:57:49
Thank you! This has been so helpful to this mom of 4 boys!
Mary Hicks
01:57:50
Thank you, Susan!
Shelisa Howell
01:57:50
Thank you!
Jeffrey Dutton
01:57:52
Thank you!