I cannot believe my first baby is now 9! The years have flown by.
In honor of Rea's big day, I put this little video together. =)
Happy birthday Love!
The other night, we were supposed to have a supermoon and eventful meteorological night. At least that's what I saw on Facebook.
I have to share with you this amazing app. My dad found it.
We did the full-time homeschool thing for about 2 weeks. Then [thankfully] Rea was accepted into the Florida Virtual School. She was able to begin in November. So far, it has been perfect. And I know friends/family are interested in hearing about it, so this post is for you.
[If this is news to you, start here.]
FLVS has taken a huge weight off of me. In traditional homeschool, I [the parent] create the curriculum. For that, I dug around on the internet and found a check list of the things a Florida third grader is expected to learn, and we were attacking it like a list. It would have worked. I could have pulled it off as a long-term option.
But I am glad I do not have to.
At least right now, I am happy for that.
Bud was blessed to have my hair... thickness and rate of growth anyway. His hair is blond and straight. But we both have a ridiculous amount of it and it grows outrageously fast.
Not that long ago, he told us that he wanted to let his hair get long. He wanted it long enough to put in a man-bun.
My oldest child, Reagan, is 10 and my son Riley is 8. Oh, and I'm also currently pregnant with baby 3!! Everyday is a crazy day in the life of the Stus!!!!