Category Archives: My Family

Happy NINO, Sweet Boy!

In celebrations of Raudhán’s NINO (nine in, nine out) birthday, I’ve decided to compile a few of the statuses and replies I posted on facebook (because so many of us live through our social networks this day and age, you … Continue reading

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Advent is Upon Us Again – Or Almost

I can barely believe it, but it’s true, Christmas is coming yet again. In attempt to keep the man with the big white beard out of our lives as much as possible and keep to meaning of Christmas sacred I … Continue reading

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What We’ve Been Up To – November

Well now, November is just flying by…. I think it is time for a “What We’ve Been Up To” post (as I can’t seem to make time to blog regularly at all)…. Trying out a different homeschooling method as an … Continue reading

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Through my Children’s Eyes

I did this survey a couple years ago on Facebook and my friend just posted in on her blog . As it has been a few years I thought it would be fun to give it a go. Me through … Continue reading

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The Issue – Our Solutions to Follow as an Ongoing Topic

My son, having two parents that sit and work though textbooks just for fun, started reading well by the time he was four. At about the same time, he’d sit on the toilet- his deep thinking spot- and come up … Continue reading

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30 day Blog Challenge – Day 3

Please join me at Katie’s Journey to share in the 30 Day Blog Challenge! Day 3 – Your First Love Well, I’ve only had one love and he is the man that I am currently making a life with. We … Continue reading

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A Meal Just for You

Baked beans A mountain of homemade (white) bread Grandpère aux sirop d’erable My little French Canadian family

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