- We did decide to homeschool this year. It's been a good experience overall, and I'm glad we took the leap. I love the literature based curriculum that we're using, and Kaylee seems to like it. The flexibility is very nice too. We plan to keep it up next year.
|Kaylee doing school|
-My CSA venture tested out pretty well, so I've decided to expand it to include a few more customers. 5 this year, in fact. Hopefully I can keep up with them! I also got laying hens a few months ago, so I now have an overabundance of eggs to sell. The kids LOVE the chickens, and I have to say I'm pretty hooked on them myself. We have 24 Barred Rock hens, 1 Red Cochin rooster, and 3 pullets.
|Spring CSA box contents|
|Barred Rock Hen|
|Our last visit with Grandpa|
|Grandpa and Grandma, in October 2011|
We had an incredibly mild winter, with very little snow. The kids did get to make a few snowmen, though.
|Snowmen, winter 2011-12|
|Yellowstone National Park|
|Bart and Lisa|
|Cheree and Troy|
I guess that's the big things that have happened in the last year. It's kind of a bummer that I haven't kept up with blogging about the little things....those are the ones you tend to forget. Maybe I'll be better at it now that the kids are getting older! They are growing so fast.
On that note, just for laughs, I'll end with a picture of Kaylee playing house with her brothers. She's pretending they're her babies. :-) They're riding in the car (couch) - see her driving? ;-)