A preschool classic – glueing beans to make letters or numbers. Sean loves letters. I mean LOVES them. He is not a big TV watcher but he clocks in about two hours of YouTube videos a day on letters. I know, that’s a lot of hours but I do need to shower and eat during the day too.
I am in a homeschool mommy group, I know, I don’t plan to homeschool but I have a friend that is an organizer for the group and I signed up for the field trips. Recent trips have included the post office and the fire station. This field trip was to HEB, possibly the greatest supermarket in the
Andy! It was a close race this year but once again, Andy managed to edge out the competition going into overtime this month with two sick kids, a wife with a bad knee, a vomiting cat, and a crazy dog. This past weekend was Andy’s “best Father’s Day ever” because unlike my usual habit of running
I had not heard of a blessing circle until I was preparing for Zack’s birth. It’s based on a blessingway, a traditional Navajo ceremony to mark important life passages. I have been running with the crunchy moms lately and a lot of them are having blessing circles instead of baby showers. The one I attended was lead
On June 1st, 2009, President Barack Obama proclaimed June to be Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender pride month. We made a rainbow collage to celebrate. Sean, coincidentally, just happened to be wearing beads during the project. 1) Tear different colored construction paper. Sean could tear the big pieces but I had to make a tear mark for the