It’s the first Terrible Tuesday of 2012. The first Monday hit me with a sucker punch of 5 hours to do a stupid math lesson that wasn’t even that hard, it just required a little effort, and are your freaking kidding me?
2012 is a starting out on the wrong foot. Do not mess with me, Year. I’m liable to do something nuts. Or curl up in the fetal position and weep.
I got a Kindle Fire for Christmas (Merry Christmas to me!) and I love it. LOVE. IT. Both the girls have Kindles and they are very useful for school. In fact, I imagine they’ll be a requirement for the boys by the time they reach 3rd grade (or the homeschool approximation thereof.) One (FREE!) tool I found that greatly increases our (FREE) reading material is Calibre. It converts pdfs into ereader format and sends them to your account. I don’t know if it works with the Nook, but I would imagine it does.
I can not believe people are still getting their panties in a twist over public breastfeeding, but they are. The Deputy Headmistress has some sense and wisdom to share.
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This tweet (and the linked verse) have been an encouragement to me for the past few weeks. Not sure what that says about me.
One of the tools we use to help the kiddos with their sensory issues is the Wilbarger Brushing Protocol. This video is the most helpful thing I’ve seen demonstrating it.
I snagged this from 22 words facebook page. That’s definitely a website worth bookmarking and a facebook page worth liking.