Literature based plans for our spread-out homeschooling family. We’ve got kids in 8th, 4th, Pre-K and a toddler this year. It’s hard for me to believe this is my 9th year as a homeschooling mom. I remember talking with my husband about homeschooling when Ellie (now almost 14) was supposed
Guys. I finished 10 books this month, thanks to two camping trips and a weekend by myself (my husband saw just what I needed and insisted on taking the kids camping for 2 days so I could stay home by myself for the first time ever. Yes, it was lovely).
This has been a pretty great reading month for me! Seven books finished and partway through a few more. What have you been reading lately? Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie I have been hearing about this book for a while and finally got my hands (or, rather, my ears) on it.
Our family has gone on two long road trips this month, making lots of time for audiobooks together in the car and lots of downtime to read when we arrive at our destination. What have you been reading lately? Persuasion by Jane Austen This was a re-read for my book
Our plans for homeschooling during the summer. We homeschool year round (and love it!) and these are the family read alouds and assigned books we’ll be enjoying this summer. After our family road trip to Mesa Verde last week, summer is officially here! While we do take a break
A post shared by Heidi Kindlespire Hillman (@a.lively.hope) on Apr 26, 2018 at 7:57am PDT Bookwork problems: When all of your library holds come in at once. Has that ever happened to you? I feel like this month was full of books that had cringe-inducing moments and I wasn’t sure
It’s been an unusually slow reading month for me. I only finished three books (though I’m pretty sure I read one more and I just can’t remember which one…it will probably come to me as soon as I publish this post!). That’s probably due at least in part to me
I look forward to sharing the books I’ve read every month. Reading is one of my very favorite things to do. It’s a way for me to both relax and connect with the world around me. I’m always looking for book recommendations! Please share what you’ve been reading lately in
I am always fascinated to read Day in the Life posts from other families and so I try to share one each year here on the blog on the off-chance you’re as interested in this stuff as I am. Here’s a peek into our typical day. Of course, there’s no