Everything K loves lately has to do with boxy-ness. Building in Minecraft with cubes, building in Lego with rectangular pieces, some with smoothed edges, and playing in literal boxes.
Benjamin and I attended the “Accepted Student Day” at Wentworth Institute of Technology on April 1. The MBTA station is about a 7 minute walk from our house. From there, the train took us to Ruggles station, only an 8 minute walk Continue reading DH Guest Post: Wentworth with Ben, SS ReedWreck Construction with M & K
M’s glasses disappeared sometime around the Good Friday Service, or maybe Saturday morning. Since he gets bad headaches without his glasses, I haven’t made him do school work this week. I’ve made him clean the house. That actually makes me Continue reading Has Anyone Seen M’s Glasses? We looked at the pond.
This winter has had odd warm days sprinkled about, one of them was a Sunday, and we went walking after church with our friend R. Whenever we get here, the lean to is a little more organized, it’s like the Continue reading Warm Sunday Afternoon at Caratunk
Eagle’s Wings had it’s first meeting for the 6-week-Spring semester. It’s 6 weeks long because historically that’s as much ambition as anyone has to teach other people’s kids this time of year – but this is an unusual year. There Continue reading Various Co-ops starting
When M decided to give K a trip to the New England Aquarium for her family Christmas gift, Dan was really not sure – aren’t Christmas gifts supposed to come in a box and be played with? My argument that Continue reading K’s Christmas Trip to the New England Aquarium
I’ve been meaning to post Dan’s January photos of M’s lego club, and I had not photos of this story. So they don not match, but the kids are still cute. The power went out during poison hour. K ran Continue reading Festive Black Out with unrelated but cute photos of M’s Lego Team
I keep declaring myself all better, doing something normal, then crawling back into bed. During one of those productive times, K and I sat down with math. She (calmly enough, for her) announced that she did not remember what those numbers Continue reading Out of Bed (mostly), doing a little Homeschool
Once Dan phoned the oral surgeon to ask if I could switch antibiotics, and he said that since there was no swelling in the jaw I could discontinue the amoxicillin, I started to only feel miserable in the intestines. So Continue reading Day 4 after Molar Extraction
Today started like a middle school fantasy novel: both parents somewhat distracted, kids slightly supervised, with a little more responsibility than usual. It was time for the magical creature to show up, but all they got to do was watch Continue reading Day 1 after Molar Extraction