One thing that I’m learning to absolutely love about homeschooling is that we can still do some of the fun school traditions without actually having to be a part of traditional school. Today we did this: school portraits. A local studio offered a homeschool student special and we took them up on it! I… Continue reading #30 Photos
Yesterday wasn’t a great day for me. And I woke today with a migraine. But I started the day slowly with the kids and we actually had a really nice school day. This is how I’ve ended my day: I randomly made a cake with a mix I found in the pantry, slapped on some… Continue reading #13 Cake & Comedy
This represents about six hours of my day. Homeschool preparations. It’s getting real. We’re starting part time this coming week. It felt really good to sit down on the floor and dig in. Making copies, assembling binders, and watching some favorites movies: The Family Man, Thomas Crown Affair, and Dan in Real Life while I worked. Even… Continue reading #6 Preparations
[Starting today, I’m going to do my very best to share the best part of my day here on my blog, every day. It’ll be a daily journal of sorts. I can be very negative and am always working on being more grateful for all the good things I have in my life. This seems… Continue reading #1 Daily Journal
Woooo it’s Friday! This weekend is the Blue & Gold Dinner for Ty’s Cub Scout pack so that means we’re going to be baking a cake tomorrow. Yay! And ugh… I will have to avoid any cake cravings whatsoever! But a weekend is always welcome around here so I will take it! Here’s some moments… Continue reading Friday Photos
Whole 30, homeschool, workouts, letter N, Fixer Upper (of course), and the usual family of 6 shenanigans. That’s what our week consisted of. Here’s some moments I captured. What did your week include? Any fun plans for the weekend? Hope you have a good one!
So when I was a kid, we drank a lot of sodas. It was the 80s, I think everybody did? And we drank sodas out of aluminum cans. We were a can household, not a 2-liter bottle household. So the cans built up pretty fast and this was waaaay before curbside recycling was really a… Continue reading Kids Earning Income: They “Can” Do It!