I have a hard time fathoming the soccer mom who drives 2-6 kids (or more) to different activities each day, all while checking homework (or teaching daily lessons in homeschool), keeping up with the cleaning, laundry, and fixing breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Maybe those mothers have a maid or a house keeper. All I know is that staying organized is the key to everything. I'm still learning that lesson.
I have recently added on a new thing as well. College for me. It had been weighing on my mind, and Hoss and I made the decision that it was the right time for me to start back up.
So now, I am finding the balance... balancing the many hats that I have to wear in one day. In all honesty, I can't think of a better way to keep myself progressing than to keep busy, doing great things.
So, I pray that my family (Hoss and the kids) bear with me as I find my balance in this circus! The girls will definitely be taking on more chores... laundry, dishes, bathroom cleaning, vacuuming, dusting, and even cooking. These are the life lessons that will help them become wonderful mothers anyway, I do know that!
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One of my brothers asked me if he and possibly the rest of my siblings could help teach certain lessons via video chat, skype, or google hangout. I think it is an amazing idea! Do any of you have a talent in any areas of the 3 R's (reading, writing, arithmetic?... maybe even science)? It would be fun to test it out!
We have finished our lessons on The Creation. However, there are more topics to cover in the hugeness of the subject. We are beginning the Plan of Salvation, then we will cover the solar system more in depth. We have already learned a lot of fun things with it, but I know there are more. We are going to be making a sun dial, and it would be fun to learn how to make a barometer. If you have any suggestions, or would like to help us in our studies, then please, let me know! I know the kids would LOVE to see/hear from you! I'll post more lesson ideas that any of you might like to teach as we move on in our curriculum.