Monthly Archives: September 2008

Apples and Tomatoes

(so I haven't really found the direction that I want to take with this blog). This past week has been all about the pleasures that fall has to offer us. After the first frost there was a desperate scramble by … Continue reading

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Apples and Tomatoes

(so I haven't really found the direction that I want to take with this blog). This past week has been all about the pleasures that fall has to offer us. After the first frost there was a desperate scramble by … Continue reading

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Bedtime

I don't want to sleep because princesses don't. Don't brush my teeth. No, I DON'T need to pee. Please give me more milk. One book, Mommy, please. No, wait, don't go. I'll read it to you. One hug and a … Continue reading

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Bedtime

I don't want to sleep because princesses don't. Don't brush my teeth. No, I DON'T need to pee. Please give me more milk. One book, Mommy, please. No, wait, don't go. I'll read it to you. One hug and a … Continue reading

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Our Little Homeschool Blog

I've been working on some "personal growth" stuff in the past week and I have come to the conclusion that I really need to have a space that is my own and something that I am doing predominately for myself. … Continue reading

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Our Little Homeschool Blog

I've been working on some "personal growth" stuff in the past week and I have come to the conclusion that I really need to have a space that is my own and something that I am doing predominately for myself. … Continue reading

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That’s Right

it's fall (or almost). We woke up to our first frost. Liam examining the frost on our steps. We are learning about the weather in our science course right now so this frost happened at the perfect time. This disk … Continue reading

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