Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Well we couple of days yet to keep embracing 2010! But I keep pondering what is 2011 going to be like. It will be so much better and so much more will get done and be explored! The over view of 2010 has been so trying but mostly rewarding! Here are some ideas we have touched on now mind you not all;
  1. January: New Years Day, we started Charlotte Mason Method with big Thank you to (Holistic Homeschooler)
  2. February: Started going to Wednesday Library reading (Rapides Parish library)
  3. March: Daddy's birthday and Saint Patrick's Day,  started Girl Scout Troop
  4. April: My birthday and EASTER and Earth Day
  5. May: Lileigh Boop Boop's birthday Mother day, Memorial day
  6. June: Fathers day, Flag Day
  7. July: Makenzee birthday, Independence day 
  8. August: National Aviation Day, Abbigale birthday
  9. September: Labor Day, Patriot day, Grandparents day, Constitution Day and Week, Native American Day, My wedding Anniversary
  10. October: POP corn month, Halloween, Columbus Day
  11. November: Jon-Jon birthday, Thanksgiving
  12. December: CJ birthday and Christmas!
In 2011 we will do some of same and of coarse add some things! I am hoping we get more done this year and kids are excelled and excited. It is up to us to keep our children  curious and wanting to gain KNOWLEDGE even when not schooling. Keeping there minds busy and happy they will always be learning and looking to find new ways.

My New Years resolution is not to worry about the small stuff and to work on what we have for today and make sure what we do as a home schooling family we are always exploring new things! As a mom it would be to just relax and to get more organized as well as be the momma I need to be for each child I have been blessed with. Remember make it fun always! See you Next year!
                                      Thank you for stopping and pondering,

Jeremiah 29:11
"For I know the plans I have for you," says the LORD. "They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope.

“An optimist stays up until midnight to see the new year in. A pessimist stays up to make sure the old year leaves.” Bill Vaughn

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