You know how we thought the Feast of Tabernacles last year was weird? Yeah, this year is weirder. If you are new to this blog and do not know: we are an interfaith household. My husband's family belong to the United Church of God. More info on the Feast of Tabernacles can be found here. … Continue reading Feast of Tabernacles
I started this document ages ago and have shared it with many friends, family members, and FB forums already. It's compiled from many, many different places: lists on facebook, travel websites, space websites, family websites, school websites. It's broken down into categories for ease of use: The Arts, Books, Celebrities, Coding, Crafts, Disney, Exercise, Food, … Continue reading Huge List of Activities to do with Kids during Covid-19
School got out a couple weeks ago, but my family has been taking a little staycation. I spent some time working on my summer plan for the kids. With summer camps being out of the question, we went back to the drawing board and decided we were going to do another summer of themed days. … Continue reading Summer of Themes 2020
Sundays are fairly normal. My husband, Nick, gets up around 6:30am and exercises, then I get up and make some breakfast. The midkid and I watch our church service online instead of driving two minutes down the road. Nick and Greg make a grocery list, which Ree and I add to once our church is … Continue reading Our Quarantine Home Life
My sister's girlfriend messaged me late last night after I was already in bed that April had a headache, chills, and a cough. I woke up to that message this morning. Later on she reported that my sister's fever hit 103.4. The girlfriend is a nurse and this had her rattled. She wanted to take … Continue reading My sister is in the hospital
Today was supposed to be a several things that it wasn't. Kids were supposed to be back at school, but the district is having what they call a "Community Mitigation Period" instead. They're cleaning the schools and we're supposed to be back on schedule next week. Ree is a little bit wumbly over it because … Continue reading Social Distancing
Our Halloween... over at my parents house on Woodhaven, of course. 🙂 We had a pretty good turnout, but still had one whole bag of candy leftover at the end of the night. We watched HalloweenTown, but not HocusPocus because my children have decided to rebel and say they “hate” HocusPocus. Ah well, at least … Continue reading Halloween 2019
Chaperoning, finally. First rainy game in a long time.
Got up and started driving before at 6am to see the little twin humans on their 1st birthday. Spent the day with Katherine & the twins, hugged the Kelly between her classes, and then drove back home. It took 2.5 hours to get there and nearly 4 to get home [plus a stop for food … Continue reading Dylan & Tristan’s Birthday
One crazy night! Started off at Greg's school for dinner from a taco truck and then headed over to Ree's school for Parent Marcher Night and then headed back to Greg's school to finish out Meet the Teacher with him and Nick. At one point I was talking to a teacher and completely forgot the … Continue reading One Crazy Night!