I've spent a lot of time the last few weeks researching home school curriculum and options. It seems like such a big decision with so many options. And, then, of course, reality hits, and I realize that this sweet little boy is only 5 years old, we have many years ahead of us, and if something isn't working, we can always change. Doesn't stop me from obsessing, but it does keep it in perspective.
As does my Dennis the Menace son. Yesterday morning, he pulled up freshly planted flowers in the backyard. Cause "Mac like it". Well, of course, he does. ~anyway~
Luckily for me, when I get tired of obsessing over curriculum or sticking to a two year old like white on rice, well, then I get to browse around the internets and find cool stuff. Like this.
My friend Dawn over at Dishing with Dawndi had a great post this week about bloggers she enjoys reading. (I love reading what Dawn has to say, too!) Head over there and check out what she is thinking about.
Emily at Chatting at the sky always speaks to my soul. I love what she has to say about when you feel behind and the expectations we put on ourselves.
My friend Chas at Heritage Acre Homestead posted this recipe that looks so good. And, amazingly, crescent rolls in a can are dairy free. I think these will be okay without the cheese. If they turn out, they just might solve my never-ending, I don't know what to serve a picky, no eggs, little boy in the morning, problem.
And, finally, Lynn at Lynn's Kitchen Adventures links to lots and lots of staycation ideas. Perfect for a long hot summer.