A fellow blogger honored me by asking how hard it is to homeschool in Massachusetts. She might be moving here soon. The short answer is: it depends. The law is a set of court precedents from cases against un-schoolers. The Continue reading Home schooling in Massachusetts: is it really all that hard?
Someday I’m going to replace my short bookshelves with tall bookshelves with the same footprint, hopefully eliminating a case or two of the warped particle board early marriage kind. When I do, this is what I’ll need to know: We Continue reading Statistics of Future Redecorating
This week she learned how to pull up to standing, say Ma ma and Dwa Da, sit up if she has been scooting (she doesn’t crawl) and to get most of her cheerios in her mouth. Tonight when I picked Continue reading Explorer Baby
I did NOT clean the house this Friday or Saturday. I sewed on the boy’s Roman Shades, the dark-green-dragon-matching-shades I’ve been meaning to sew since last December. And this afternoon I tied them up to "train" them, like putting Continue reading Callooh! Callay!
ChristineM over at the Thinking Mother recently wrote that there don’t seem to be many blogs by homeschooling mothers of tweens who write helpful blogs about the hard stuff of homeschooling, and that she’d like the mentoring. Since I Continue reading Yes M, the yardstick is a numberline
This morning I woke to hear DH saying, "I’ll get her." as my mind cleared, I realized that the baby crying in my dream was actually my baby crying in reality. I heard DH drop the crib rail, then Continue reading Baby Talk
Yesterday B took an architecture workshop at the Otis House on Beacon Hill in Boston. He cast a plaster ornament like the ones one the walls and ceiling of the house, learned about the Classic motifs Bostonians copied from Continue reading Mrs Otis was a Homeschooler!