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Taking my mind off the pain

Tomorrow morning, my Little Miss will be eight. EIGHT. This is difficult. I don’t think I want her to be eight. It’s half way to sixteen and sailing around the world. I’m linking to this weeks Carnival of Homeschooling to help take my mind of it.

Of course, she won’t be sailing around the world if she doesn’t get her act together and stop taking an hour for 10 minutes worth of work. Because when she’s supposed to sailing around the world, she’ll still be sitting at the table not doing her history narration. Fortunately, I’ve found some good tips about dealing with a bad attitude. It’s hard to believe my wonderful Little Miss could ever have a bad attitude. She’s perfect.

The thing about the stupid narration is that she actually loves history, especially ancient Egypt. I know both the girls will enjoy this very cool history tool found via the Nerd Family. Thanks, Nerd Family!

She also likes Science. It lasts for at least 4 hours, which is enough buying viagra in uk to make a love making session. Therefore, whatever generic viagra greyandgrey.com you type using the keyboard, it will be recorded by keylogger. Sexual activities of human beings, making them an easy and straightforward solution stated for men i.e. cialis 100mg canada There are also other viagra price in india warnings given to people before using Kamagra. We’re finishing up with astronomy and I’m looking for some fun, nature based explorations for the summer. The girls are on a shark kick right now, so maybe we’ll head down to the aquarium one day. But mostly I think we’ll just try to get out to nature preserve before the oppressive heat and humidity try to fry my brain. Five a.m. ought to do it.

Science is one subject where I’m fairly unorganized. Not because I don’t think science is important, but because I think at this age, exploration and actually being a scientist is the best way to learn. And sometimes the easiest way to do that is to keep your eyes peeled and follow the questions. This post from the Not Quite Crunch Parent has some good stuff and a tragedy. Sniff, poor butterfly.

Not in the carnival, but still worth linking is today’s APOD. It’s all sparkly and fairy-like, just like my Little Miss. Only she’s growing up and she won’t be sparkly and fairy-like much longer. She’ll be grown and articulate and old.

3 responses to “Taking my mind off the pain”

  1. The Not Quite Crunchy Parent Avatar
    The Not Quite Crunchy Parent

    Thanks for the link. Unfortunately I’ve found no science curriculum that
    BOTH takes a structured approach and focuses on children’s natural love of science!

    Love the sailing reference..I’ve been following that story too…Did you read “Dove”? The biography that inspired Zac?

  2. April Avatar

    I haven’t read it, but I heard Zac speak of it in an interview. I think I’ll add it to my summer reading list.

  3. Carrie Avatar

    She will always be fairy-like and sparkly even if she is old, its in her eyes.

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