June 30, 2010
June 27, 2010
I've given my blog a much needed facelift! I was feeling dark and dreary with the old one.
Still working on the pages so watch for those to go up soon!
Tell me what you think!
June 24, 2010
June 23, 2010
It's a laminator! In
I just bought this laminator on SALE at Amazon! Now through July 31, if you order the laminator and a pack of 50 laminating sheets and a $20 rebate!
Right now the laminator is listed for $31.49 and the sheets for $10, which makes the total only $21.49 for BOTH after the rebate.
Thanks to 1+1+1=1 for alerting me to the sale!
June 21, 2010
Weekly Home Blessing
Nothing too exciting for ya'll just my to do list for today, trying to stay on track here.
June 17, 2010
So with all of my dazed medicated love of that purse, I completely forgot where I was going with my wish list. And the pictures were making me mad.
June 16, 2010
So besides having some major writer's block this past week or so, I've had a bad case of the "I want that!"'s
It may be because my birthday is July 8th. I will be a nondescript twenty-something mom and wife.
So, to try and jump over the writer's block while my washing machine is struggling to catch up from me running fever all day today and yesterday, I'm composing a wish list.
- Bible. The bible I currently own is the Teen Truth Bible. I've grown up and want something a little more sophisticated. I like this one found at Walmart:
- The Cricut Expressions Cutter. Yes it runs around $249, but it cuts almost everything and would be very useful for me and my husband. Love.
- A pair of prescription sunglasses. I can't see in the car with that Texas sun glaring at me. I can wear normal shades but then the signs and everything gets blurry. I refuse to buy the shades that fit over my glasses. I cannot wear contacts.
- A new purse. I am in love with one I found through E Tells Tales. This gorgeous beauty is $49 and you get a free scarf. I'd like the scarf in black. Just in case you were wondering :D.
On a side note, I'm having some problems placing images today, but my eyes are melting out of my head as we speak due to fever. I'll let them sit where they are. Goodnight.
June 9, 2010
I saw this idea over at Confessions of a Homeschooler, who got it from The Homeschool Post. We started it today!
I'm using simple composition books
And wrote each child's name on the front. The letters read as follows:
Would you like mommy to write to you? I want you to know how much I love you and how much you drive me crazy! Right now you are screaming from you bed room because it is nap time! You've been kind of bratty toady! I started a notebook with your bubba today, too! He and I are pen pals. Next time he comes over we can all decorate the covers of our notebooks. I really hope you like and will treasure these notes. I want to be your mom and your best friend. I hope you know I am always here for you!
Would you like to be pen pals? I thought it would be fun! Instead of sending letters through the mail, we'll keep them in this notebook. I will write to you, and leave the notebook on your bed. Then, when you want to write me back, you write on the next page and leave the notebook on my bed.
You can write anything you like. It can be funny or serious or anything you want. Sound like fun?
Next time you come over we can even decorate the cover of our notebook!
P.S. Write back soon!"
I cannot wait to hear back from him and he seems excited to be able to write back to me!
June 2, 2010
We did Tot School on Monday.
Houston helped me show Kinzey large blocks that can be threaded, sorted, and in primary colors. She can say each color (Red, Green, Blue, Yellow) but I'm not sure she can identify each one yet.
We also counted with them. Her favorite number is two right now.
We read one of her sign language books, Wow First Words. She knows "Cuddle", "I love you", "Mommy", "Daddy", and "Play" now. On a side note, she can also say "Hustle, wagon, strawberry, and phone"
We are taking today as a summer day, and having lunch with Houston's stepmom, cleaning up, working (for mom), and then Houston is going to stay the night with his Mamaw.
Labels: Tot School
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