...and put off starting school until (gasp!) September! This will be after I return from Korea. Thank ya'll so much for your advice-- I really do appreciate it! I think I will, however, try to get the family back on some sort of a loose schedule right away...the kids are so much happier with routine, routine, routine; and I really am too.
Who am I kidding? There's no way I could've started off well and then quit midstream for over a week. I am way too uptight for that and really need to be honest with myself...I think it would've just given me one more thing to stress out about. Especially since I'll be worrying about leaving a 6yo, 4yo and 9 month old with dh for a week! He is an absolutely wonderful father and I know they will be just fine...but mommies worry-- it's just what we do.
Praise the Lord that learning continues in everyday living and playing! So we'll continue to just do what we always do-- play outside in the puddles, chase frogs and lizards, read Your Big Backyard (and whatever else floats our boat), play Spelling Bee Bingo, and make lots of silly things out of Play-doh. I do have that recipe for edible chocolate play-doh I've been meaning to try out...
for answering my question about the changes...hopefully it will go back to what it was :)
At least I know it isn't me seeing things or worse that I messed my template up! :)
I think you've made a very wise decision. :)
I'm right there with you!... I was going to start in June when I got my curriculum. I was so excited... then, life happened. My husband said I should wait until July... then his dad got married and we said after that... now it's the end of July, and as much as it disappoints me, I don't see us starting until the middle of end of August! Thanks for your posts... I don't feel like I'm the only one any more! Blessings to you and yours.
hello! your family is so beautiful. i enjoyed reading your post.
Good Saturday 2 U,
I'm happy that you've decided what to do about when to start hsing. Thanks for your comment on my painting. Yes, Grimm's fairy tales are pretty Grimm LOL. I prefer Aesop's fables myself.
You ARE going to cough up the recipe, right?
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