In a homeschooling house full of 7 kids & 3 guniea pigs....there is never a dull moment! A lot of people show genuine concern for us and want to know how we are doing, as the road we've left behind was not a pleasant one. So, here I am, to tell some of our stories...share some of our days...and open up a part of our world to you! Come join us on our journey so you won't miss the moments that take our breath away!

Sunday, November 13, 2011

Time to REFOCUS!!!

We've spent the last month around here trying to get back into routine, catching up on school work and doing some "fall cleaning".  Our family is always so busy, each of us doing our own thing and it seems we don't have a lot of time to spend with each other.  This tells me that it's time to refocus big TIME!!!  My kids are growing up way too fast and I don't want to miss a moment with them!  Our weeks are so busy with school and our homeschooling group.  Last month, we started having "Family Days" with a few friends.  Once a month or so, we get our families together for a family outing.  It's nice to have time to do these things with our friends!

Now, that things are getting back in order and as we reestablish our routine and get back to our strict schedule, we will be finding more time to enjoy our own family!  As a large homeschooling family, following and sticking to a strict routine and schedule is the only way that we can sucessfully function!  We've had a lot of fun the past few months and surprisingly, not only have we stayed caught up on our school work, but we have also been able to start and organize a small life skills group with a few local homeschooling friends.

 I have had a few requests from some of my blogging friends for me to do a post on how we manage our days and how we do our workbox system.  I am currently updating our workbox system and will be working on that post very soon!  We have lots of exciting things to look forward to in our studies and I will do my best to share what we are learning!  Thank You for following us on our journey! 

~Mother Goose

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