They wrote this about their home education experience: "The one thing for sure that this journey has taught us is that high test scores are not the measure of success. Success is seeing your nineteen-year-old wrestling with his four-year-old brother. Success is having your sixteen-year-old sitting contentedly in church with his two-year-old brother (happily attaching stickers to his big brother's shirt and face) in his lap."
Given that we live in a culture where televison show hosts make big bucks egging on dysfunctional parents and children, it's a welcome change to hear about any family publicly celebrating sibling togetherness.
Speaking of dysfunctional, doesn't this movie's description sound weird?