“Tomorrow, then no more.” I put my foot down in no-nonsense mom tones. We have one more “thing” to do and then we’re taking a break. As much of a break as our week will allow. Sure, we have
Chances are you’ve heard this comment before. Especially if you’re homeschooling, or planning on homeschooling. If you poke your head into a homeschooling group and ask a question about academics for your preschooler, odds are you’re going to hear
We’re something of a mix between structured and unschooling homeschoolers. The structured part is when I make kiddo practice his handwriting and we work on math stuff. The unstructured – it’s a lot of playing. Seriously, a LOT of playing.
Glitter is my nemesis. I hate it. It’s designed by the devil himself to thwart any attempts to clean it up, and it’s sparkly and tempting to small children. The very first time I figured out that the then-infant
I watched that sappy Mother’s Day video a while back – a normal day from the mom’s perspective versus the kid’s. It was sweet and touching. And of course, my sarcastic, idiot brain started thinking about what a video