This week's Carnival of Homeschooling is up over at At Home With Chris.
The recent California court case is a big deal, and was featured in eight posts this time around, including my own entry.
There are a lot of other good things this week, including one that caught my eye here. The mother of this family is trying to keep her family integrated age-wise. They try to do things as a family, pushing back against society's tendency to segregate everyone into narrowly defined age-groups; but it's hard to do. She writes specifically about her wrestling with the fact that only one of her children was invited to a birthday party. Anyway, I've written about the issue of age-segregation in a theoretical way here, concluding that it is worth it for us to swim against the cultural stream; and I see in this blogger's real-life struggles a concrete example of what the struggle looks like at a practical level. She has my admiration.