Monthly Archives: May 2013

Finding a Routine in the Midst of Chaos

How many times did I hear it? What you need is a routine – you might not think its important now, but just you wait. Once they are older, it’s nearly impossible to establish a routine. Get started now! The … Continue reading

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It’s All in the Question

A Question A Day I bought these two books (Emily’s a few weeks ago and mine came in this week) and I am enjoying them quite a bit. They sit at my spot at the dining room table, and I … Continue reading

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Meet the Neighbors

I worry a lot. Not the “keep you up at night, can’t eat” kind of worry, but I worry nonetheless. I worry about homeschooling – am I giving her what she needs? I worry about time – am I paying … Continue reading

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It’s Been A Good Week

It’s Thursday afternoon and it has been a good, no, GREAT week. We have learned a lot, spent plenty of hours outside in the sun (except for today’s return of winter), and delved into many areas of interest and learning. … Continue reading

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