Anyway, after a long break from blogging I've decided to pick it back up. I mainly want to share about our homeschool days with friends and family who are interested. I also spend a lot of time looking for homeschool ideas or creating my own and would like to use this space as a place to share those ideas with others. I'm so often amazed by the online network of homeschooling families who share their resources to benefit other families and hope I can contribute to that in some way. So, if you are a relative, friend, fellow homeschooler, or random lurker here...welcome!!!
I make no promises to post very often or apologies if my posts are sporatic at times. We've got a lot going on and I do occasionally like to sleep. But I love to write and I especially love to write about my four wonderful kiddos that keep me wonderfully busy. So I'll be here as often as I can to keep you updated about the happenings in our home. To make things easier, please hit the subscribe button on the sidebar so you will be notified when I submit a new post. Leave a comment and let me know you are a subscriber! I would love to get to know you and if you have a blog of your own, leave a link so I can visit you too!
Our first official day of school will be Labor Day. We have taken the past few months off while I sat around hot and pregnant and more recently have been pretty involved with a newborn. With that in mind, I don't feel bad making the kids have school on a holiday. Besides, Daddy will be home that day and we have some fun things in mind to celebrate the first day of the school year. I figure that's how we trick them into being excited about school. :-)
I'm trying my best to keep from overestimating what we can accomplish this year. I tend to bite off more than we can chew and end up disappointed and frustrated. I'm pouring a lot of prayer into this school year, prayer that I set realistic expectations and that I remain flexible when some days don't go as planned. There is no denying this is a demanding season of life for us! It seems I barely step foot out of my house with the kids in tow and someone is telling me that I've got my hands full. It's true and it's great but I would be amiss if I didn't also share the merciful ways the Lord proves His faithfulness and grace to achieve far beyond what we ourselves are capable of achieving. He is showing me on a daily basis that although my hands may be full, it is His hands that strengthen me and equip me for every good work! In short, He provides what we need when we need it. He really does. So hit the subscribe button and check back in when you can. We would love to have you join us on our full hands journey!
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