My 3-year old thinks her heart is in her tummy. She often tells me quite excitedly that she wants God to come out of her tummy so she can hug Him. Then He can go back in her belly button and live there more.
We are a homeschooling family and I started blogging during a chick-hatching project. Now I've expanded to include some of our homeschooling journey, the fun and quirky things kids say and do, raising kids on opposite ends of Sensory Processing Disorder, and just sharing a bit of everyday life.
My 4 children keep me on my toes! Here, I am happy to share some of those amusing, and sometimes humorously stressful, moments with you. If you would like to visit the blog that inspired this one, hop on over to my home-schooling blog where I chronicled our chick-hatching project from 2008 and the highlights of one of my daughters taking apart the cash register at Wal-mart. (I elaborated on that experience here after some time went by and I was better able to laugh about it.)
I hope a glimpse into our lives helps bring you a laugh - either with us or at us, maybe even at your own life. Enjoy!
Family ID Legend (see ancient pictures above): A - 17 yo daughter (the middle pictures) B - 14 yo daughter (with magnifying glass, in overalls, with surgical cap, and resting with C) C - 11 yo daughter (resting on B's lap and kitty face) D - 3 yo son
Hubby - 40-ish handsome techy and geocacher (not pictured) Me - 40-ish practical (not pictured)
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