The boys did a great workout with Daddio. They don’t do this all that often, but it’s really sweet to see them all working out together.
Micah really loved his kiwico box this past month – a solar system! He painted while we listened to The Secret Garden. Great Granny A gave us the Focus on the Family audiobook of that story and it was a super fun way to listen to it.
We are all getting in on the piano-playing around here. I have been loving to play a couple times each week. E plays anytime he walks past the piano. And Micah does a little playing here and there, too. E is also teaching Mike a bit of piano, so that’s fun! I caught E teaching Micah the other day and it made me smile.
Here are some homeschooling shots from around the house. The first is what the table looks like just before I call them up from their lego-playing to begin our school day. It makes me smile and I wanted to post it here to remind me what this season in life looked like for Jess in later years. =) The second is our daily board…with some additions from the boys. Ethan added his snack and to “right” to Hana. (Guess what word will be on his spelling test tomorrow?!) Micah changed his name to Doggie and added “winey” which means…he wanted to whine during his day.
Sometimes the board gets nice messages on it, like this one from Micah:
Ethan still makes the best “people’s eyebrow”, but my little niece is going to give him a run for his money. I can’t wait until I can show you her version!
Micah got his very first library card and he was beaming! He’s not into being in pictures or videos these days so he usually tries to hide his face. His first books? A book about Canada, a book about castles and a Star Wars book.
Speaking of that guy, he still loves to build with magnatiles and makes a pretty awesome castle.
And speaking of the library, the boys discovered the Lego Star Wars shows and have been watching an episode or two every few days…with the massive beanbag chair on top of them like so:
And, lastly, we had the opportunity to watch Micah’s friend in his play “The Aristocats”. We had a lot of fun and were so glad to get to encourage him! I promise we had fun!
Next up…Spartan Races!