You know you’re a Pinnacle parent when…
…you know the meaning of the Latin words amo, amas, amat, amamus, amatis, amant.
…your child proudly attempts to have a conversation with you in Latin and you find yourself at a loss for words.
…your carpool lane consists of 2-6 cars and the only delay is in conversation that strikes up between moms and with teachers.
…you find yourself noticing owls more than your kids do.
…your child has memorized more Scripture in one week than you have in one year.
…you find yourself singing hymns in your head and realize you don’t know all the words, so you ask your kids.
…you put Recitation Night on your calendar before you even know what your Thanksgiving plans are for the year.
…your laundry routine revolves around having uniforms clean and folded and in drawers every morning, especially those favorite socks.
…your son finally gets used to keeping his shirt tucked in and his top button buttoned on Fridays.
…you know what a Peter Pan collar is, and where to buy bobby socks, knee highs, Mary Jane’s, and Classic Navy Plaid jumpers.
…you know where to buy brown socks, brown leather shoes, and a Classic Navy Plaid necktie.
…your child wants to quiz you on the Ten Commandments and their order.
…you know the first and last name of every child in the school and most of their parents.
…you know what Greekfest is, and your kids look forward to it as if it were a second Easter.
…you see arguments at home as opportunities to learn about logic and debating clearly with reasonable ideas.
…your kids hear the name Homer and don’t think of the Simpsons.
…you find that many of the authors of your children’s textbooks were born over 100 years ago, and some before our country was even founded.
…you find yourself more intrigued and interested in what your kids are reading at school than what you’re reading at home for fun.
…your child comes home from school with a smile and can’t wait to go back the next day!