I like Janine's thoughts and writing. In early 2015, I wrote and thanked her for sharing her experiences so beautifully with other unschoolers. She responded:
Unschooling has inspired us all in so many ways, and opened doors to creativity that among other worries and insecurities we just didn't have time for before in the rush and busy of that old life! But mostly I needed to be inspired and have something meaningful and of value to write about, and now I have found it in this wonderful world of unschooling, and making so many new friends, and just so much positivity it's fantastic!
An unschooling success story: Looking at profound changes, and how they came about. This is a good read, with photos.
"Spoiling" children? (with one of Janine's photos; her part starts at 9:06)Because the Unschooling Support page was not maintained, I created a page for those six in which Janine is featured.SandraDodd.com/janine/speaking
Typical Day—mostly Janine on this one! (and a photo)
Saying Yes (Janine at 11:45)
Healing (10:25; in this one, Janine is reading from something beautiful she had written)
From the West End to Diddi Dance Franchise (Workingmums, when Janine's kids were in school)
Undated, but "The couple have two children, Sam, now eight, and three-year-old Kes." They ran those classes for six years.
Movement Warrior article in families online, January 3, 2013.
A photo by Janine, and so without Janine in it (click to enlarge):
James, Adam and Julie Daniel visited while Holly was there, too.
I used this, and some other shots from the same evening, on "Wheelbarrow Things".
"He was sooo adorable as the first cockroach," and "his cute little smile when he is the first cockroach makes me melt sooooo much!"Maybe that's why Janine loves him.