A light bulb over my desk burned out, and Paul changed it for me.
By standing on a narrow ledge over the stairs.
It was hard to watch.
This week we made tribal masks as our Kenya ornaments for our around the world Christmas tree.
This was the child who decided that watching Madagascar should count for school since we're studying Africa. Thank you, Netflix, for allowing me to humor him.
We started with a base of thin cardboard, recycled from the packaging of all the Christmas shipments that have been coming in lately.
Brianna was inspired by the Kenyan flag, and made a shield and spears design.
I offered the kids coffee beans and told them they could use any art supplies they wanted.
Jack chose paint.
Dressing up in playsilks!
Sparkle and Fluffy were back here for 4 days this week.
They're fun and cute, but we definitely don't get as much school work done with little ones in the house! Makes me a little nervous about what next school year will be like, after Katie comes home.
It seems this was the week for heights for Paul.
He also decided to hang up a painting his mom gave him last time he visited her.
not my photograph
Tonight, we drove around looking at Christmas lights.
The teens are thrilled to be out of school for a couple of weeks.
A holiday atmosphere has taken over the house.
No homeschool, and therefore no Weekly Wrap Ups for the next two weeks.
Thanks for taking a second to click for us!