I've been homeschooling for about two months. I remember when my first son was born, and I thought, after five days, "This is crazy. How could I possibly do this for eighteen years?"

Of course it gets easier. And the same is true of homeschooling – the first few weeks I thought I would never make it a month, let alone until they're 18.

Mostly I have spent this month generating more questions than answers. A boyfriend in college told me that the process of learning is asking sharper and sharper questions rather than finding answers.

He was right. And I am learning a lot.

So I have little that I can tell you that I know. But I can tell you two things:

1. Each fall day when we walk in the pasture, goats trailing us like dogs, I'm thankful that my boys don't spend the day in school.

2. Each day that I post a photo of my kids I am thankful that I started a blog about homeschooling, because I also started a photo album, which I never had before.