— I have four children who have always been homeschooled. They learned to read in four very different ways, though there are some important similarities too (all four have me for a mother, after all). This is the first in a series of posts examining how each of my children learned to read. — Noa
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Chicken pox has blessedly come and now just as blessedly gone for my four now-immune children. The pox parties are over (yes, a few people wanted to come over); life is returning to normal. Expect new posts very soon! 🙂 Yes, Lock has some on his tongue, Kyro has one directly on his lower eyelid, and
About seven years ago … “Look, Mom, I broke my pecan in half.” “Mmm-hmmm. Does it taste better that way?” “Now I broke both halves in half. Now I eat them!” “Wow! Do you know that when you break a half in half, it’s called a fourth?” “A fourth?” “Yeah, look. I’ll break this pecan
Nova, Scabbers’s owner, is delighted that he turned out to be, in fact, Suzi.
If you choose to tell your children the truth about Santa Claus, be prepared to deal with the fallout! Several years ago, when our oldest daughter Nova was about four, and very verbal, we went out to eat a couple of weeks before Christmas. Our very peppy waiter crouched down at her eye level and