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Don’t Buy It, Rent It Event
Organized by: Mom Powered Media
Grand Prize: $500 Visa Gift Card + Five $100 Visa Gift Card Winners
Event dates: 8/1 – 8/31
Giveaway is open to US and Canadian Residents.
Tell them Me Against the World (Southernpixie) sent you!
When my blog crashed, I didn’t re-install a spam plug in and so I have had an overload of spam lately. I don’t like using captcha because I know how annoying it can be. But hopefully the spam plug in I installed with at least help to where I don’t have 500 spam comments a day.
I haven’t been the best blogger either. I’ve been busy practicing my photography and on the weekends, I usually manage to talk the hubby and at least 2 of my kids into going on short road trips. My 16 year old (wow…that makes me sound and feel old LOL) usually doesn’t care anything about going. I am don’t know if we’ll have time for a road trip this weekend. My cousin is getting married tomorrow at 2. So there’s my whole day pretty much. I’m not sure about Sunday and I haven’t really thought of anywhere to go.
Homeschooling with Trey has been…challenging to say the least. However, he does seem to be getting better with his math. His reading/comprehension skills are excellent, so we’re focusing more on math now. When he was in kindergarten, he was reading at a 4th-5th grade level. So I think it’ll be ok to concentrate on math skills for awhile. He also loves science and social studies so we throw some of that in too. I really think he does so much better with homeschooling and won’t even listen to any mention of public school LOL. He’s one of those kids who really benefits with one on one teaching. He likes finishing his school work then having the rest of the day to do what he wants. School doesn’t take that long because I am only teaching one child whereas a teacher in a school has 20-30 kids they are having to help.
I have a ton of stuff to do today, so I guess I need to get off the computer and get it done. But before I close out the post, here’s a few pics of my awesome kiddos: