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Old 01-25-2008, 06:38 PM   #11
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It is strange from your end but who knows what was going on in that family.

I think the co-op groups sound like a great idea and would help your son find a new friend. Poor boy...

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Old 01-25-2008, 06:58 PM   #12
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I'd agree it is a bit odd, but maybe she was stressed with the move and it was an oversight.
We're also homeschoolers and I think a co-op or support group helps kids meet friends. Most of my kids friends go to our church and they've known them since they were babies.
to you and your son. It's a tough age that's for sure.
There are a couple of very nice homeschool groups in our area and we have taken advantage of the social aspect of that. We were even going to try and go ice skating today with the homeschoolers but we got so caught up in what we were doing that we didn't have the time.

My son has been active in the RE program at church and that helps too. He just hasn't met anyone that he connected with like he did with this one boy.

I know that they will keep in touch at least for awhile but still it won't be the same as having a best friend who is close by.
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