Monthly Archives: June 2010

Mud Milk

This morning the kids were excited to go outside to play with some little plastic squirters that they found in the garage. I filled them up and sent them outside to play in the yard. I thought that they would be bored with them in about 10 minutes – I didn’t even bother to tell […]

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Strawberry picking

I have been wanting to pick strawberries for several years. Events and weather have conspired to make that impossible. This year we had to be out of the house on Sunday morning during the inspection, and that in combination with the fact that it was my birthday weekend, meant I got to steer what we […]

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Habitat for Sanity: The final chapter

When I first introduced the Habitat for Sanity project I wrote about how I really missed our old house and how there were a lot of things that I didn’t like about our current house. We worked our butts off and by the end of the project the house was looking pretty good. Which is […]

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Extended Day Extravangaza

Ben is in kindergarden this year; however, in Montessori they call it extended day. The primary classroom consists of children ages 3-6. Everyone works together in the morning for an uninterrupted work period of three hours but only those in their kindergarden year remain in the classroom with their teacher after lunch. This smaller group […]

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