I think I hit a jackpot, and this has got to be it. Really! Timberdoodle seems like a lot of fun. There's a lot of Montessori, with Charlotte Mason, just the right mixture of eclectic. It seemed a little pricey at first, but it's value for money! I think with this new addition, I'll be coming up with just the right homeschooling stuff for my kids.
With a handful of materials already--I have BFIAR, CHC, Montessori at Home!, some influence of Charlotte Mason... I have to get serious with my planning and time management, or else it will turn out to be sour case of juggling act. Add to it the fact that I haven't resigned from my job yet, and I'm also an entrepreneur on the side, also with some personal interests/ hobbies of my own! I myself have to homeschool myself on how to homeschool, financial literacy-- investing on paper assets, real estate, gold & silver, culinary arts (still waiting for a chef friend).
So, seriously, Seriously, SERIOUSLY, I and M1 have to be serious on our homeschooling scheds after he turns 4 years old, PreK level. And then by March, I and M2 have to be serious on our homeschooling scheds after he turns 3 y.o.! All necessary materials in, calendars planned and filled, and no more jumping curriculums! I'll be in need of a very good planner. Or perhaps printouts of all the planners from each source will do?
Got to go to work.