Joely learned about obtuse angles today when she discovered that she can't tip the pitcher of Kool-Aid more than 90 degrees from vertical…or this happens.
Jerah combines silent reading with lunch time. This is definitely not an unusual scene in our house.
This is our schoolroom, also known as our living room, after lunch today. You can see the dozens of dry erase markers on the ottoman and in the box on the floor; we use our lap-sized dry erase boards daily so we collect as many dry erase markers as possible. The green couch is where we do all of our reading and lessons that require my direction (science, history, math, grammar, etc.); I usually sit in the middle, with my feet propped up on the ottoman, and all three kids cuddle up beside me.
Family Picture from Christmas
My mom sent me this snapshot of our family today, taken a couple days after Christmas. And yes, those are shorts my husband is wearing. We do live in Texas after all!