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A Homeschool Mother's Journal - week 2

 The Homeschool Chick 

In my life this week...

Eric and I finally got to go out this past weekend on a much needed date (day). We had a Applebees gift card burning a hole in our pocket since the Fall. I asked my older son, Jeremy, and his girlfriend to come and watch the kids while we went out.  We had a nice 3 hours away from the house and had a great lunch. So full I could not even eat dinner that night!  


In our homeschool this week...

We were winding down our studies on Polar Bears and Washington State.  I was gearing up for a busy February.  So many significant days in February = plenty to blog about! 8)

Places we're going and people we're seeing...

We will try to get to the library this coming week, we did last week. However, they are predicting a few storms this week coming up in NY, so we will see.  Today we went to Chuck E Cheese as a treat!

My favorite thing this week was...

My date day with my hubby and some more crafting done!


What's working/not working for us...

So far, doing our "sit down" work while Sam naps is working out great! 


Homeschool questions/thoughts I have...

Thoughts - can't wait until I can assign a days worth of work and they can work more independently! 


A photo to share...


Zachary received the order from Lego Education that his grandma bought for him.  He is into making mechanical things that work right now. He was sooo excited!







Comments

Robin said…
Glad that you got your "date night" with hubby. Applebee's is one of our favorites, too. Spicy Shrimp Roll Up ...Yum! Yea, I'm not going to like this budget thing. LOL~
Yara said…
That Lego education thing looks fun. My daughter would love that : )
Lindsay said…
Yay for a date day!! My husband and I had one on Saturday too. It wasn't alone since we were getting things ready for a concert at church but it was still together kid free so it was very enjoyable! The lego package looks like so much fun!
Sounds like a good week. My and hubby need to get out soon as well! Thanks for stopping by and entering my contest!
Tracy said…
So glad you got to go on a date lunch with your hubby! That's always a special treat! The LEGOs look like fun!

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