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We are in our third year of homeschooling. Our third child, Chris, is kindergarten-age this year. After a lot of thought and weighing the pros and cons of sending him to public school, we have decided to keep him home and see how much he can learn. He has Fragile X Syndrome and autism and needs a very structured environment to learn best. Our youngest daughter, Jasmine, was born with congenital cytomegalovirus (CMV) and has mild developmental delays--mainly speech articulation and a gait that's still a little unstable.
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