Easily entertained by their own mischievousness!
The boys thought it was the funniest thing ever to “hide” all the pillows under TJ’s bed.
I heard giggling and laughter for about 20 minutes before I went upstairs to investigate.
No clue who took this picture? I assume Andrew.
Working with Bryson on the letter Bb.
Like the frumpy mom hair? and the cluttered background?
yeah, just keeping it real ’round here. *wink*
Working on tally marks and counting by 5’s.
I had no idea how much fun these guys would have going around counting things in the house!
Lessons with the Littles are going well.
Bryson is working on 1 letter a day to get familiar with the sounds of the alphabet. Admittedly, I have not pushed a structured lesson plan for him while getting Andrew reading. Honestly, I wanted Andrew to “catch on” to reading before I began with Bryson. I am pretty confident that it will not take Bryson long to catch up as it is; he is pretty precocious like his sister that way. I always find it interesting the vast variety of ages our children were when they learned to read; 4, 7, 6, 3, 8, and probably 5. Grateful not to have the public school define our kids success , push benchmarks, or be allowed to label our kids. Each one has their own unique gifts as well as their individual challenges, and I am blessed to see each one grow up to be who God wants them to be~
Homeschooling… it’s a beautiful thing.