We are loving our new routine these days. Gathering with our homeschooling friends has been wonderful. The kids have made friends, and I love talking with like-minded mamas.
This week, there was no Early Learning Circle, so we attended Monday's Playgarden.
This week we made wheat grass baskets! The mama in charge soaked the wheat berries and we brought our own baskets to plant in. We filled them with dirt, covered the dirt with berries, and then put another layer of dirt on top.
|Rainbow Girl working on her Daisy Journey book.|
|Sugar Bear stacking Unifix cubes.|
|Rainbow Girl sharing her journey book with her friend.|
The gardening season has begun! It was time to plant seeds to put in the greenhouse. Sugar Bear had a great time helping Grandma get them started.
|Look at this handsome man that came to visit us!!|
|Six days later, check out this beautiful grass!|
That weekend, we took a trip to our local science museum. There is so much there to see, and we had a great time. We watched an Imax film called Born to Be Wild. I loved it. It was about orphan elephants and orangutans and the heros who rescue and raise them. The film was very inspiring. I want to go raise orangutans once my babes have grown. They are so much like my children. Morgan Freeman narrated it, which made it even more spectacular.
I have wanted a deck box for the children's outside things for a while now, and with tax money, I got one! It is very attractive, and I am soooooo glad to say that Rainbow Girl can take out and put back her bike with no problem! Sugar Bear can as well, with just a little help.
|Here we see the rare Rainbow Girl in her natural habitat.|