Monthly Archives: December 2018

She Dreams of a Fairy Princess

A new family tradition has been carried on with Little Miss, our foster daughter, this holiday season. For some residents of Kansas City, visiting the Fairy Princess is a tradition that began two generations (or more) ago.  For the past … Continue reading

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2018 Semester End and Christmas Break

Semester End and Christmas Break We never stop homeschooling, not really, but the next two weeks will see a vastly reduced schedule as we relax and enjoy the holidays. We are a little behind, right at 42% of our total … Continue reading

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One Last Push Before Christmas Break

As 2018 winds down and Christmas break approaches, I find that we are in a good space with homeschooling, Emily and I. She gets stressed still, mainly over math, but it is improving. This morning there were tears. When I … Continue reading

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