Sometimes I worry that I'm not doing enough for my children - but these worries are soon replaced with pride when I actually step back and look at their achievements, talents and progress.
I honestly believe they will have a much better chance of becoming the people they are meant to be without being "stifled" in the school environment!
Just today my eldest daughter took a picture of snowman (printed out by Nanny) and turned it into a hanging decoration, putting black jacks (sweets) in it - her own initiative, nobody gave her the idea, she just saw the picture and made the decision to create this paticular decoration.
How blessed am I to have been given such creative children? Are you surprised to know that she wants to be a fashion designer? Her mind has not changed in the last 2 years so we are working towards her learning sewing skills etc, which can only be a help in life even if ideas vary as she gets older! But how amazing to have the opportunity to encourage this side of her and not be restrained by school!