Week 5: The Ocean

After the world travels of the last two weeks, and the fun of learning of other cultures, it was nice to explore the magic of the ocean. Again, summer has been increasingly busy, so there were so many extension activities I didn’t get to do for this, but I guess I’ll just plan better next

Week 6…Dinosaurs, Rocks and the End of Summer{School}

While most of my summers never quite go as planned, this one has been exceptionally wonderful for a variety of reasons, the biggest one being the great time my son and I had doing “school.” While I could never (ever, ever, EVER) teach a bunch of littles for a living (dear LORD give me teenagers

Make your own baby food

This post contains links to products I use and stand by. When I was pregnant with my first son, I really, REALLY wanted to try making my own baby food. I can’t even tell you why, but it seemed fun and a great way to make sure he was eating good, quality food. Less processed.

Amazing Herbs: Sage

To me, sage is something that takes me straight to Thanksgiving. Sage is a common ingredient in stuffing (or dressing, as some call it) that graces each table every holiday season. It is warm, earthy and adds a rich tone to whatever you add it to. However, sage is so much more than part of

´╗┐Homemade Summer School Week 3 & 4: We Are The World

So last week, was week three…however since we had VBS, and everyone started getting sick the last half of the week, we didn’t do much. But that’s ok because it is summer, and summer is supposed to be relaxed and fun. So things change. With VBS adding extra hours of my day where I wouldn’t