I am blogging over at A Little R & R with an encouraging blog post!

The moment I stepped into her home, I knew she was struggling.  The look in her eyes…defeat.  The slump of her shoulders.  The exhausted look on her face.  Her gait, slow and shuffled.  I knew I was here more for encouraging support than checking off learning goals for report cards.  I asked how things were going.  She gave me a deep sigh and I could see she was fighting tears.  She said she felt like she was failing at teaching her kids.  She was overwhelmed and not sure if she was doing ‘enough’.  In all of my years as a support teacher for homeschool families, this has been one of the biggest hindrances for so many moms.  I want to remind you all of some important truths here.  Are you ready?  4 Important Truths For The Failing Homeschool Mom.


You feel like you are failing at this homeschool thing, hey?  I know…been there, done that.  More than once…AND I am a certified teacher!  However, over my 11 years of home educating and being a support teacher, I have come to realize some truths about this whole failing at homeschool LIE.

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Aimee Imbeau

Aimee is a wife to an incredible husband, Marcus, and mother to three fabulous children. She works from home as a homeschool support teacher and she homeschools her own children as well. She loves writing abut her faith and decided to give blogging a try in 2013. The rest is history...

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  • Laura Lane

    I clicked over and read. This was so helpful. Even after 20 years of homeschooling, I only seem to see my faults and what I have not done. My three younger kids pass all these tests. My oldest is in rebellion against God. It’s painful to see. I have faith that God will not let the seeds of faith in Jesus I planted through the years die.

    • Laura, thank you so much for sharing your heart here. I am so sorry that your oldest is rebelling against God. But, be confident in that you laid a strong foundation in your child’s heart and that you planted many, many seeds of faith. I will be praying that the Holy Spirit will water and nurture those seeds. You just keep praying for your child – there is nothing quite like the desperate prayers of a mother. Our Father is faithful. His word will not return void. He has a plan.