This past weekend we set out to find some good ole' nature to dip our toes in after 5 full days in the big city. City life is a trip. It's so hot and so humid and while I am walking around feeling the eagerness of an explorer, I am struck that some people (a… Continue reading HuCART Day -3: Weekends are for the country.
An end of the year “thank-you” note.
This spring I heard a great idea for end of the year teacher gifts. Instead of gifting a coffee gift card or candle, write a letter to the Superintendent and/or principal detailing your gratitude for the teacher. I thought this was just beautiful, but as I brainstormed what I would say about our teachers, I… Continue reading An end of the year “thank-you” note.
Daily Dose: March 16, 2021
In January the boys started attending a local public school. I keep meaning to write on that, update the masses about our pivot from homeschool to public school, but haven't yet. So I will dive right in here to detail how well things are going. Both boys have teachers that are saints. Jude's teacher actually… Continue reading Daily Dose: March 16, 2021
Maybe this will have 100 parts in the end. For now, this is part 3. You can read Part 2 here. and Part 1 here. In the year prior to Beaudin's diagnosis he complained consistently of headaches. So often, in fact, that I started a note in my phone entitled "Beau's Headaches" because I had… Continue reading Head.Aches.
The comfort of a genetic, one-two punch
This is the first post in a series of posts I am going to write to explain why we have made the choice to homeschool Beaudin and Jude. It's loaded and full of space that is clear as mud. I keep waiting to have a clear, concise post to detail why we've made this choice,… Continue reading The comfort of a genetic, one-two punch