Tonight, I find myself savoring November once again.
This month seemed to fly by. Senna started clicking at people. It’s her little way to say, “Hi there. I’m here.” She also started crawling, pulling up and eating solids. It’s like she has a list somewhere and she insists on checking everything off.
December is going
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We’re trying a new rhythm to our week which consists of Hubs homeschooling on Wednesdays. Part of this is to give Hubs the opportunity to be involved in a major part of the kids life. Another part of this is to give me some time to write, respond to e-mail, and actually plan homeschool (as
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I wanted to give thanks each day this month on the blog, but apparently my hard drive did not share the same goal.
:: 7 :: On Thursday evening, we watched Billy Graham’s final message for America. Of course, it’s always shocking to see how much America has changed since our last visit. (Right
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One of the items on my USA bucket list was to understand our finances.
Me: Can I see our checkbook? Hubs: We don’t have a checkbook. Me: How can we not have a checkbook? Hubs: We don’t need a checkbook. Me: I want to send a check! Hubs: Then we will ask the bank to
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Today was normal.
Today was busy.
With toddlers, busy is normal.
wake up breakfast reading prayers get dressed teeth homeschool snacktime more homeschool lunch naptime even more homeschool snack time free play supper books bath pajamas bed
Also today, our littlest one decided she would turn seven-months-old.
It wasn’t until later in the week when
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On Monday evening, we loaded in the mini-van to go to a place which always ensures my children a magical, only-in-America experience.
We went to the Public Library and borrowed 50 books… for free.
One library card yields 25 books. Technically, our family could have 3 library cards, but Hubs says that 2
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