We got this purple pepper, compliments of Sage Garden from a local craft show called Third+Bird. We planted it out in the garden as well.
Our neighbour gave us some Hostas. We split and transplanted them from her yard into ours. These babies cost almost $10 to buy just one in the store. We transplanted 4 of them.
In Social Studies we learned about the Canadian mail system and how mail gets from one person to another.
Reading practice... Detective stories are always a hit.
A little history... The story of the Titanic from the perspective of former passengers.
Our block clock. Micaiah was learning to tell time.
Abishai finished his spelling, level 1. I even learned some new spelling rules that I didn't learn in school or at least I don't remember learning.
Micaiah having quiet time in the foyer of our house.
Our Tonka Trucks and gravel pit area. I've cleaned up this area quite a bit since taking this picture and layed down some new pea gravel for the boys. It has a fresher, cleaner look now.
You can't deprive a boy of his desire to climb!
Baseball! I can't believe we can actually play baseball in our yard! I am so thankful to God for this. The main reason we chose to move in the first place was to find a yard big enough for our high energy boys to run around in.
Date night with this little handsome son of mine.
Taking a moment to relax with little Gilead. Gotta love my orange garden boots!
This smiley face keeps me company in the garden.