We started homeschooling our son last year. This year, he’s two and we are continuing down that path. I often get strange looks when I mention we are already homeschooling. However, it’s not what you might think. We don’t have a formal setting, at all. We don’t homeschool for eight hours a day. We rarely…… Continue reading Homeschooling at age two
This past weekend, our family attended the Deadwood PBR Velocity Tour Rodeo together. This included our two year old son and we all had a blast! If you’re looking for a great family outing, I’d highly recommend attending a rodeo. Here are my top three reasons: The bull riders have pledged to honor America when…… Continue reading Three great reasons to attend a Rodeo
We don’t have much near where we live. The closest library is 30 minutes away. Pretty much any business is at least 30 minutes away. So, we’ve learned to enjoy what we do have at home. I’ve started to notice just how much more our son learns with everyday activities…especially when he plays outdoors. It…… Continue reading Early Learning~Outdoor Play
Shed hunting is the process of gathering antlers that were shed by the animal (moose, deer, or elk). There is an actual club for this activity-The North American Shed Hunting Club, founded in 1991. We aren’t quite as organized. Typically, our adventure starts out on a beautiful spring day where we want to get outside.…… Continue reading Why we shed hunt & you should too!
I received some lettuce in one of our recent shipments from Home Chef. It was perfect on the sandwich we had and I wanted more of it for future meals. So, I decided to try regrowing it from the base of the lettuce. Here are the easy steps I used and you can too!: Save…… Continue reading Regrowing Romaine Lettuce