My Irish twins. They’ve been best friends since he arrived, a bare eleven months after she did. They are the same age for a few weeks each year and they enjoy the gentle teasing that comes with that. When the kids come close together it’s so difficult for mom. The day I brought Kevin home […]
A busy homeschool day
It was a busy day, filled with lots of school, a field trip for the older ones and much housework (not enough housework but a lot). So no big post but a few pictures to share. Brendan making patterns. Kelli typing her religion narration Kevin making a pin hole sun viewer So […]
Ever Lack Motivation?
I woke up to a beautiful fall day. The sun was shining brightly, I was up early and had my prayer time as well as some time for coffee with my dear husband and to read the paper. Still I was experiencing a distinct case of ennui. I just wasn't feeling it today. I lingered […]
5 Tips For Including Phys. Ed In Your Homeschool For the Non-Athletic Mom
Sports and physical fitness are incredibly important in American society. It only takes the watching of one professional game of anything to realize that we are a sports loving people. We overpay athletes, jump through enormous hoops to procure tickets and watch games, we root wholeheartedly and sincerely for “our team” and we delve into […]
My kids are strange
Their snowman inspiration has been coming from Calvin and Hobbes. This lines the walk their father walks up and down to go to work. He's finding it disconcerting. Especially the one with the unibrow.
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