Hi! My name is Rhiannon Kutzer. If you’re already singing the Fleetwood Mac song in your head, we’re gonna be great friends.
Should you walk into my house on any given day, you’d probably see me chasing down a half-naked toddler with marker on her face, scribbling math on the dining room whiteboard, changing one of 3800 daily diapers while I listen to my oldest narrate his history reading, or snuggling my girls on the couch and reading aloud while I try to ignore the baby terrorizing our bookshelves.
I use the neo-classical approach with a Charlotte Mason twist to homeschooling, which really ends up being the soak-it-in, read-a-ton, but try-to-delegate-messy-science-projects-to-their-dad approach.
Education has changed drastically since the days when my biology teacher grandfather could leave a “lasting impression” on inattentive students with a chalk eraser. But as a fourth generation educator, I feel right at home embracing homeschooling as a growing force in the American educational landscape.
Parents, policy-makers, and educators are working to help today’s kids be successful. My goal is to help parents and parent-educators in that mission.
Where You Can Find Me Online
Aside from the HFC blog, my work has appeared at ForEveryMom.com, COMMAND Magazine, and Sister, Daughter, Mother, Wife. If you’re interested in hiring me to guest post for your blog or write for your education or parenting or magazine, drop me a note below: