Another week done! It was busy, again. For some reason I thought it was a good idea to volunteer our apartment to be photographed for the seminary housing website at the end of the school week. It wasn’t. Four kids and a house that is all clean at once? Are you laughing at me yet? But it’s the weekend now!
Our highlight of the week was a field trip to the North Carolina Museum of History. We went with three other families and had a fun time exploring the history of N.C. I’m lacking in pictures from the trip due to chasing a toddler who wants to run (away), wrangling a four-year-old (“Where’s Emma?”), and helping the school kids learn something other than “The British fought in the Civil War” (NO). Overall, though, we had a good trip and a nice break from our home routine.
I do have one picture-worthy moment, though. Last week, Emma discovered that I had put a Saxon math book on her school shelf. “Math? I don’t need math. I’m tired of math,” was her immediate reply. Well, fast-forward to this week when she was so excited to start a new math book:
We’ve had a good time exploring pattern blocks, and I hope the math enthusiasm continues!
Linking up with Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers!