I finally manage to work on the garden. Yehey! I can’t really go all out, since we’ll be moving in a few months, but it’s nice to do some gardening, again. The kids were also happy to help out, except with the digging or anything that involves touching the soil that might have worms in it.
So you heard about homeschooling and now you’re curious. You probably have a lot of questions about it and wondering if it’s possible for you to homeschool your kids. We just started our homeschooling journey, but I thought I’ll share some information that I found during those years that I was researching about it.
Life had been really quite here lately. The kids, I think, have settled into our routine, and I now have enough time to do some reading and learning of my own. Just a quick update since I’m still not done writing about a topic that I want to share with you guys.
Here’s a peak into our very much improved homeschool routine. Everyone is starting to get into the habit, which is a good thing for us because we love routines.
The topic of homeschooling can cause varying reactions. Some homeschooling family shared how they need to constantly explain their decision. Others experience a lot of unsolicited advice to discourage them to go through it, and so on and so forth. In our case, being new and all, we also got a lot of different reactions from people.
Day 6 of my 30-day Blogging Challenge. Today, I tried to find inspiration for a post by sorting out my picture folder. True enough, I found these pictures: I must have planned to create a post about this project, but never did. LOL! This crochet doll is called amigurumi, which literally means crochet stuffed dolls. I love doing amigurumi because it’s cute and you can finish a project in one sitting. Of course the more elaborated ones takes longer. I constantly pin pictures of them in my Pinterest hoping I can try to do it in the future. I remember when I was just starting out, my daughter asked me to make her the Disney princess set, but I think I only manage to do Cinderella and Snow White. K did try learning to crochet a few years back, but it was hard for me to teach her because I’m left-handed and she’s right handed. I can’t properly show it to her… I think I should start looking into how I can teach her later. This might be a good time for her to learn how to make her own dolls. Or should we make flush dolls instead?