1st Semester Progress Report (pt. 2)

Picking up where I left off, I think the gap filler between where I am with the youngest and where I want to be is a planner.   Lisa(?) Hobar of Mystery of History once described the inverse relationship between time spent with your child and the amount of planning needed.   If you imagine an X […]

Great Reading, Good Times

Several years ago, I read a post from one of the most inspirational bloggers I know, Linda Fay, who writes so practically about how to “do” a homeschool with a Charlotte Mason approach.    In this particular pearl of wisdom, she used a food metaphor to illustrate the difference between a Charlotte Mason homeschool full of […]

Weekly Homeschool Wrap-Up, August 22, 2010

        It’s weekly wrap-up time!   If you want to join in, we’d love to see what is going on with you, so please visit Mary.    The post that has been in me for close to three weeks has finally decided to come out.    Ready for some serious rambling?     From where I sat this […]

Not-Back-to-School Blog Hop, Week 3: Class pictures

  As I mentioned previously, our son has been a “beast” with science experiments, so every class picture would look  like this.   He’s loving it, thankfully. The oldest doesn’t like to be photographed, thinking that someone might see her in her robe, or note that her hair has a string out of place.   I, however, […]

Weekly Homeschool Wrap-Up–August 8, 2010

      It’s weekly wrap-up time!   If you want to join in, we’d love to see what is going on with you, so please visit Mary.    I was so excited about re-joining this meme again, and I’ve run out of time to tell the story I’d want to as I’ve ‘miles to go before […]