Join me, Weird Unsocialized Homeschoolers, and Parent Teacher Meet-Up as we recap our week.
Hey y'all! How was your week? My week has been fairly busy. We are planning on taking all of next week off for Thanksgiving so we have plenty to get done. Last weekend we made Mr. Daddy's favorite peanut butter cookies. The girls love to help with making Christmas cookies and were very excited that I decided to make cookies. Mr. Daddy was just excited to get some peanut butter cookies.
We did receive some unexpected news this past week. We already knew we would be spending Thanksgiving just our family. Mr. Daddy has to work on Wednesday and Black Friday, so we would have to make the 12 hour drive in one day. This wasn't a big deal since we had penciled in Mr. Daddy having the two days after Christmas off, so we could visit our family in the Kansas City area. This week Mr. Daddy found out that he will not have those days off. We had to explain to tell the girls we would be spending Christmas just us. They were bummed about not getting to see their grandparents, but thank goodness for Skype. I'm happy that they took it well. Now on to our homeschool week.
Bee did a great job of completing her work. I'm sure the motivation of having next week off was helpful. She had a little bit of trouble with math this week. She is doing multiplication of three digits times three digits. The instructions said for her to check her work and she was getting frustrated with how long the process was taking.
|The Gingerbread kids!|
She loved doing a craft with Bug and Mr. Mister and finishing her school work on Friday.
Bug has had a bit of a difficult week. We have had more then one day where she had to have a break to recover from a meltdown.
She did manage to complete all of her work for the week and we were able to do a Gingerbread man craft and come Thanksgiving coloring.
Mr. Mister has been full of sass this week. He continues to assert his will in new and interesting ways. My once good eater is now fond of throwing food on the floor. How toddlers can try a mama's patience. We are continuing to encourage any interest he shows in trying to potty train. He has gone potty several times this week and I hope this is a sign of an easy transition.
Well, that was our week. Thank you for stopping by, please feel free to leave a comment. I love hearing from y'all.
Until next time,