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In my previous post Return To The Wilderness I wrote about making seed balls out of clay and seed mixture and soil. Well, finally, we planted them in our back yard. 53 more words


History And Science

I have never really found a history or science curriculum that I liked for the kids.  We’ve kept a toe in Classical Conversations, did random journal entries, experimented with a few unsatisfactory textbooks, all while waiting to find “the thing.”  And then it hit me.   1,032 more words


Decorating our tree.

“We’re going with a real one this year.”

Dance Party!

Sometimes the best solution for the morning grumpies is a living room dance party!

What better way than to dress up and dance like crazy together and laugh together…Mummy, too!

Family Life

Lots Going On.....

This fall semester is flying by.  Sometimes it is hard to believe how fast my weeks pass.  I am writing this post on Thanksgiving Day.  We were planning to visit Dan’s family for the holiday, but there has been an ice storm that has kept us home this year.  630 more words


Pictures:Re-takes or First Time

It is our custom on September 30 of each year to offer our families the chance to have school pictures taken by a professional photographer. But some times, families forgot or can’t make it in. 68 more words

Phoenix Foundation

Kara's 6th Grade Map Project

Right after Kara completed her A Beka Academy 6th grade adopt-a-tree poster, it was time to tackle her map poster project.  This is another project that Kara reaps the benefit from being my last child in 6th grade!  147 more words