It’s been in the 80’s lately and not feeling too autumnal but cooler weather is on the way. I noticed some huge acorns outside on our walk the other day and I forgot about a little craft I had not made in a long time: acorn beads. I posted my… Continue reading »
Every once in awhile, I’d say outloud “we should really go to Jamestown”. I hadn’t been in about 25 years but I did remember Jamestown Settlement capturing my imagination as a kid. And with our new flexibility as homeschoolers the only thing standing in our way of going was us.
I signed up to go to WOW Summit and I’m so glad I did.
Every day as I raise my 4 boys I remember this. Every day there is some example, somewhere that I can set for them… and every day there is some example somewhere that makes that job more difficult.
Several people have asked me how homeschool is going and I haven’t really had the ability to answer that question.
I’ve noticed a weird trend and I’m not sure if it’s a recent thing or not… But somewhere there seems to be this idea that we are supposed to look back on every memory of parenthood and miss them… we’re supposed to love the tough moments and the hard days because… Continue reading »
Just before 5am on a Saturday: Child 2 woke up having apparently had a dream about bugs in his bed but was too afraid of the dark hallway to come to us so just yells to me from down the hall. Child 4 was nursing to stay asleep and would… Continue reading »
“Mom, I’m never going to like learning.”
The first time I saw someone wearing a LuLaRoe dress was at a baby shower. I think the room stopped and I felt a breeze as heads turned to compliment this dress. It fit the wearer perfectly, had a great bold print (but not overwhelming) and was, of course, complete with… Continue reading »
I had so much to share and theeeeeeennn the power went out. We’ve just gotten the lights back on after a nasty storm on Tuesday. A large branch came through our backyard, but luckily no one was hurt and there was no major damage. So here’s a little catch up:… Continue reading »