My 6 year old daughter, The Bee, stays up late every night, sometime later than I do, drawing and making books full of characters, with plot lines and humor and detailed drawings of their expressions and outfits. In the morning, … Continue reading
All of a sudden, Love Bug, age 3, has a new obsession….letters! He doesn’t know the names of them yet, or the sounds they make, and sometimes he calls them numbers, but he has been carrying around our collection of … Continue reading
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We didn’t know what kind of a view we’d have, if we’d see it once or twice or even at all. Would the kids understand what an amazing opportunity this was? Would we regret making three small children wait for … Continue reading
I love this picture of Love Bug, my little 3 year old, trying to keep up with his brother and sister on a hike through the woods. Spring starting to open little leaves and buds. An unseasonably warm day. We’ve … Continue reading
We are having a relaxed month in our schooling this December. How, I wondered, did I do that? I had to stop and think. Last year was our first year homeschooling and I suppose I put pressure on myself … Continue reading
I’m so grateful that my children had this wonderful afternoon. They found caterpillars, and climbed on hay bales and fed rabbits and played in the sunshine. They pretended to be Kings and Queens in a castle and the Rescuers of … Continue reading
I’m often asked a question, usually timidly, by local friends and neighbors. It goes something like this: ”Why, did you decide to, um, homeschool? I mean, do you not like the schools here or….um….?” Because I live in a place … Continue reading