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Old 01-28-2013, 09:17 PM   #6
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Re: How long did it take you to get "good" at this?

Thanks for the input and normalization!
Before I quit my job I had this picture of a perfect waldorf house, well-behaved massively-creative finger-knitting little children, a smooth clean school schedule, etc. While we are pretty good at creating a calm atmosphere for school, we're already very outdoors and thoughtful, and he's a great learner...somedays I feel like we're just a cleaning, cooking, schooling, playing, nursing, cleaning, schooling...oh, its dinner already type family.

I've always heard it takes 6 months to get comfortable in a new job, a year to really know it and 2 years to get GOOD. I guess this is the same.

Thanks ladies!!!
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