Today has been busy as I handled rabbit chores and continued the kids’ lessons. We started a bit late today, but no biggie. We started off with the math sheets we have been using, the ones where I cut out numbers and they glue them to the coordinating picture, seen here. As usual, Fox nailed it. […]Read More Starting to See Progress!
SEPTEMBER WAS CRAY Nah really though, it was pretty damn busy, and the month is still not actually over, and we still have a lot going on this week. Nothing too crazy coming up, just, you know, three more does arriving here… Their arrival does not make any drastic changes to our normal life, for […]Read More Getting Back Into the Groove: Homeschool Week 2, Day 1
How many of you are familiar with GISHWHES? GISHWHES stands for Greatest International Scavenger Hunt the World has Ever Seen. It is ran by celebrity Misha Collins, who plays the beloved Castiel on “Supernatural.” It is a massive scavenger hunt meant to bring love, peace, silliness, challenges, self-reflection, friendship, charity… and ripped out hair. Members join […]Read More A New Category: Hero of the Week, Featuring Fiona Sutton
Thursday to Saturday were basically spent catching up on chores and whatnot. I have had no time to do any of the lessons with the kids at all, but I kind of expected that. I have everything prepared still and will just continue their lessons Monday. Today was very busy for everyone. I spent all […]Read More Bunbun Updates!
Whew… it has been a week, that’s for sure! Fox is turning four in three days, but we had is birthday party on Saturday (which, of course, meant lots of cleaning and cooking). My grandparents generously offered to let us have the party at their place, which was a huge blessing for everyone (plenty of […]Read More Catching Up! Parties, Family, New Additions, and (Hopefully) Bunbun Babies!
As I mentioned in my previous article here, I have definitely gotten some backlash, and even some lost friends, over my family’s decision to start raising meat rabbits for, well, meat. Obviously, my side of the family is all for it, as it was my mother’s idea to get started in the first place. My husband’s side […]Read More Rabbit Farming: Why I Went From “OH HAIL NAW” to “Gimme ALL the Buns.”
Let me start off with events from last night. My mother’s dear male Californian rabbit, Duvall, suddenly passed away. We are unsure of circumstances. No blood, no attacks, his bladder was very full, so he was definitely drinking water, he had plenty of fresh hay and pellets… hell, I saw him frolicking about from my […]Read More This Day has Been a Bit… Everywhere.
Homeschool parents are often misunderstood by parents who do not homeschool. It seems as though, with the exception of parents who live in states with obscenely strict homeschool laws, that the only people who really understand homeschooling parents are other homeschooling parents. We are constantly bombarded with the same old questions and same old comments… […]Read More Following Footsteps and Defeating the Stigma
We have officially ended the first week of homeschool kindergarten for Jade and Fox. I think, overall, it has been a success! With this week’s farm animal theme, I would have taken them to the local farm animal sanctuary. Unfortunately, we are currently without transportation. That did not stop the kids from enjoying their lessons, […]Read More Homeschool Week 1 Roundup: Farm Animals
What is your first mental image when you hear the word, “anarchy?” Chaos. Criminals. Men and women clad in black and red, tearing down establishments, smashing windows, smashing businesses… That’s not anarchy. That’s not me. That’s not my family. We are Christian anarchists. We believe God is our one King and ruler. We believe we […]Read More Lets Break it Down