Round 2 of School at Home

Really, the whole point of this post is to say blogging will be all over the place. Hopefully it'll only be through December and then I can spend more time here, but who knows? Back in June, the plan was for us to send our oldest back to the classroom and our youngest would be … Continue reading Round 2 of School at Home

5 Reasons Why Our First Year of Regular School Has Sucked

My husband and I have tossed around homeschooling for years, since well before we even conceived our first child. Ultimately, we decided to go with a regular school, primarily for the socialization. And to see how he would fare in a regular school. As a stay at home mom, it's well within my abilities to … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why Our First Year of Regular School Has Sucked

Homeschooling at a Moment’s Notice

The one thing few parents of children who attend a traditional school want to hear: school's closed. Could be 2 weeks. Could be the rest of the year. Thanks, coronavirus, thanks. Now, I've written a few times about thinking of homeschooling, so I've been taking this as my chance to see how it goes. Of … Continue reading Homeschooling at a Moment’s Notice

6 Perks of Being Stuck at Home During the Coronavirus Outbreak

The first thing you need to know about me is that I'm an introvert. I absolutely loathe being around people and much prefer staying in with my family. Or a good book, especially when the kids have depleted me. The second thing you need to know is that our school district is closed, so my … Continue reading 6 Perks of Being Stuck at Home During the Coronavirus Outbreak

Laugh Often, People

Too many years ago, my lifelong best friend up and moved away to China, of all places. She's still there. She was there when the coronavirus broke out. She was there when events and celebrations and parades were cancelled. She was there when her whole city basically went under lock down. She was there for … Continue reading Laugh Often, People