January 9, 2016

This week’s learned, links, and thankfulness…

Glow is such a hoot. She says the funniest things. I’m thankful for all the silly things these girls do.

These seats look like it would make a great reading cushion for the girls. I’ll put it on the to do list.

I love this vintage, fuzzy sweater from Ms. Tips. It reminds me of the one I have, but mine isn’t vintage.

Pom pom fruit? My girls would have a blast making these.

Have you been to Target lately?! Oh man, so many pretty things. There were a couple pillows I almost walked out with (this and this), but resisted. This mirror is fabulous, reminds me of the French vintage ones I’ve been wanting to get.

Ben and I have started discussing vacations this year. We take lots of mini ones throughout the year, usually for each person’s birthday, but we want to do a major road trip with the kids, and possibly something out of the country for just the two of us.

We started Life of Fred math this week for Soul, and I really like it. The girls do too! Any of you use that curriculum? If so, I have a couple questions for you. If you don’t mind me asking, please leave me a comment, and I will email you.

Our backyard is really coming along. I love how cozy it feels back there, especially with my Christmas present. I’ll admit though, a lot of work and upkeep goes on to having an edible garden, but it’s worth it. It’s such a satisfying feeling to pick fruit (herbs and vegetables too!) from your own backyard.

My heart has been weary for the last month and I haven’t wanted to spend much time in reading the Word because I was frustrated with a specific trial. I finally started again this week and what life it brings! It speaks light and joy into my heart. Though I know it’s what I need every day of my life, I still don’t value it as I ought.

Thanks for tuning in to hear another list of my ramblings friends! Enjoy your weekend!!! xoxo




4 comments on “huzzah!”

  • Ginny says:

    My boys do Life of Fred- they really love it 🙂

  • Gracie says:

    My son is finishing up the second book: Butterflies. He always is excited to read Life of Fred!

  • Toni says:

    We use Life of Fred and love it. We’re currently in Edgewood for our ten year old and ready to begin Apples with our five year old. Sometimes when people first start the curriculum they feel as if it is not “enough”. But we have seen it be perfect for our style of learning, and have found some great timesfor application and practice!

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