25 January 2019

Week in Review

It's been a cold week here in Kansas! I'm ready for spring already. We keep missing all the snow as it's been all west and north of us. The birds keep pecking at the bird bath. I keep pouring water in it daily and every morning it freezes over. 

I'm getting a blog makeover sometime in the next two weeks! I'm so excited to get something new and fresh after 6+ years. I can't wait to see the designs that they come up with! My blog has been not cooperating lately.

Twitch and Mercy are finally starting to really get along. Or maybe I need to rephrase that. Mercy which is on the right is finally excepting that Twitch isn't so bad and mothers him and plays with him now.

Bug started Apologia Exploring Creation with Human Anatomy and Physiology last year and decided that she needed to learn about rocks and minerals instead. She was pretty stuck on it after a review we did on dinosaur bones. I figured it wasn't worth making her do it. Since she was so excited about rocks and minerals suddenly. Having a child with Autism and special needs is always an adventure.

My son ended up working through it instead. She wanted to start at the beginning again.

This week we have been learning about our skeleton and how important bones are. Her first clay person was floppy like jello. 

 She added toothpicks to make her clay person more sturdy.

She had him doing a happy dance since he was all better now.

We had a feast at our congregation for Tu Bishvat. I'll talk about it in another post. It was a lot of fun and not to mention delicious.

How is your week going? 


  1. I look forward to your post about the Tu Bishvat. Looks like you need a heater for your bird bath though :)

  2. Looks like a fun week! Congrats on the coming blog makeover! The feast looks delicious, and I'll look up the post about it. :-)

  3. nice when the cats get along isn't it? makes it so much easier.

  4. Aww your cats are beautiful. I have always wanted to put a bird bath out but we live in the Northeast, so in the winter I am pretty sure it would get buried in the snow. I still might think about getting one for the summer months.


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