We just finished this read-aloud family devotional and we really enjoyed it. We started it after we read “The Hobbit” for family read-aloud time. Unless you’re a huge Hobbit/LOTR fan and know it really well, I’d recommend reading “The Hobbit” before starting the devotional. The author takes an excerpt from “The Hobbit” relates it to … Continue reading A Hobbit Devotional
We made gingerbread men at Christmas and my kiddos are a little bit “Star Wars: A New Hope” crazy. So the gingerbread men reminded them of C-3PO and they have been wanting to make C-3PO cookies ever since. They finally got to make them today!
As tag-along travelers, the kiddos are I were So So lucky to get to stay at the Gaylord Opryland Resort in Nashville, TN. If my husband’s work conference hadn’t been here, we would never have splurged on a resort-style hotel accommodation like this. Because the resort was so massive and had so much to do … Continue reading Gaylord Opryland Resort – Nashville, TN
As tag-along travelers, the kiddos are I were So So lucky to get to stay at the Gaylord Opryland Resort in Nashville, TN. There was so much to do, so we divided our time in Nashville between resort activities (Day #2 - Tuesday, #5 Friday, and #6 Saturday) and city activities (Day #1 - Monday, … Continue reading Touring Nashville, TN
My kiddos and I were so excited to tag along on my husband’s work trip to Nashville, TN in mid-November 2022. This post is the first in the series of posts about our trip. Our first full-day in Nashville (Monday) we were excited to meet up with long-time friends at Centennial Park. We saw Canadian … Continue reading Centennial Park & the Parthenon – Nashville, TN
We got our chicks late this last summer and we finally got our first 2 whole and un-cracked eggs today! Aren’t they pretty?
I took a little thrifting trip this week for some retail therapy. I found a few cool “new” things for our homeschool to show y’all. books/dvd I got a cookbook, 3 mysteries, and a non-fiction bestseller for my almost teen. I’ve never read Nancy Drew, so I’m not sure how those are. They seem to … Continue reading 2023 Winter Quarter Homeschool Thrift Haul
Happy last day of 2022 friends! You may remember that we’re drawing a bird each month this year in our homeschool. We were inspired by our John James Audubon Unit Study and we wanted to share our birds from November 2022 & December 2022. November: we stuck with a traditional handprint turkey but used real … Continue reading Turkeys & Cardinals – Birds of the Month