We were off to such a nice start last week. I made plans, the kids had fun, we seemed to be getting back on track. Sigh.
The official plans are put on hold again as we focus on numbers like 102-105, watching Nadia's temperature go up and down. Thankfully she just has a virus, and she doesn't seem to be sharing. We've been doing as many fun things as we can while she tries to get better. It's amazing how much counting you can do when you have no energy!
So, hopefully next week we'll get back into the curriculum again. But I'm so thankful that I'm not bound to that right now. We are learning and growing together. We're able to read lots and talk about things and count and learn colors and, well, just learn as we live and try to get better!
Forgive the rambling of this post. I'm rather sleep deprived. I used to get up with her all the time in the night just a year or so ago, but now it's so much harder. Why is that?
We'll keep plugging along. Any advice for how to get started again well after so many interruptions? I can use any great ideas that you have to offer!