10--Your children think "writing" involves more than a text message on a cell phone.
9--Your children know that the first line of the National Anthem is not "Take me out to the ballgame."
8--Your children read without being bribed. Or threatened.
7--Your children hear about an interesting science experiment and insist on trying it for themselves, even though they already know the outcome.
6--Your dictionary never collects dust.
5--The TV news mentions a remote country and your children already know where it is located.
4--The TV news mentions a remote country that your children don't know, and they race each other to the world atlas.
3--People notice that your children get along well with each other.
2--People ask you questions about homeschooling, and your children answer for you.
1--Your children giggle and elbow each other when people ask, "What do you do about socialization?"