Yes, I’m homeschooling my kid. No, he’s not going to be a weirdo.

And I mean, maybe it's my fault. Maybe I'm not being explicit enough. Maybe I need to start saying, "We're homeschooling. But-don't-worry-it's-not-like-I-keep-him-locked-in-a-closet-all-day-we-sometimes-leave-the-house-like-go-to-the-museum-and-library-and-science-centre-and- we-love-to-hike-and-here's-a-list-of-his-extra-curricululars." Maybe it's me. Maybe I'm answering your question wrong.

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“It’s just a phase” is a lie parents tell each other (and themselves)

The biggest lie? "It's just a phase." Veteran parents love that one. And sure, it does have a shred of truth to it, because it usually is a phase. The inherent problem though, is that by saying something is "just a phase" you imply parenting gets easier somewhere along the line. But that phase is like a wave in the ocean.

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