Friday, August 18, 2006
Week One, Friday
Today I had a planning meeting for the mom's group I started at our parish. The boys & I spent the morning cleaning house, then we had 3 other moms and 2 kids come over around noon for lunch and meeting / play.

Everyone left around 3:30, so I popped a Jeff Corwin dvd into the player and the boys are learning about wildlife in Lousiana. We'll call that a day!

We did much more yesterday than I had planned on, so we are caught up for the week I planned (actually ahead a bit considering Colin's reading). I'm still trying to decide if we're going to school on Saturdays and take Sunday & Monday as our weekend to match up with Bo. It also looks like we'll have plans most Fridays between the Sacred Heart group and my mom's group . . . so it might make sense to plan on Fridays as mostly a free / outside activity day.

posted at 3:41 PM


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I'm a homeschooling mom with 3 wonderful kids! My boys are 6 & 7 and working at a 1st and 2nd/3rd grade level. We use Catholic Heritage Curriculum loosely, with lots of our own ideas added in. My boys attend an enrichment program one day per week during the traditional school year, which gives me extra time with my toddler daughter, and the chance to run some errands without my active boys.

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