Switching schools for both of our kiddos has been an emotional rollercoaster, but one that ultimately led to discovering Owen’s gifted and talented abilities. In today’s episode, I open up about our family’s journey in finding the right educational fit for our children, and the tough decisions that came with it. We dive into Denver Public Schools’ unique choice system, and how we found a school with more robust gifted and talented programming to better cater to Owen’s needs.

But life updates don’t stop there! I also share my recent health journey, including shedding 20 pounds with the help of my GLP-1  medication, and the importance of maintaining balanced blood sugar levels. Plus, let’s catch up on some exciting family milestones, like celebrating 11 years of marriage and the purchase of our tiny new condo in Keystone, Colorado. So grab a cup of coffee and join us as we navigate the challenges and joys of life together!

Listen to the show, How to Decide When to Switch Your Kids’ School: 

In this episode, you will hear:

  • Why we decided to switch schools
  • Owen’s highly gifted and talented designation 
  • Ella’s ADHD diagnosis 
  • How to switch schools within a public school system 
  • Updates on my health journey 
  • Blood sugar hacks to keep blood sugar stable
  • My book deal and new condo update!

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