This is Toby
he is my BIL's family's dog. and he has nothing whatsoever to do with this post.
I just think he's cute.
there's been just nothing to post about lately - we've all been busy getting this homeschool thing together (lessons were online today. they start the curriculum from the beginning of the year so we blasted through 11 Math lessons this morning and I expect we'll do about the same for the next week or so), and preparing for my sister's arrival in a couple of weeks.
by the wayside are being put: Fletch's 5th birthday and the arrival of our 3rd baby. I just don't have time to worry about that stuff right now! but the Fletch will have a party at school so hopefully that will satisfy him. and I'm counting on things calming down in a few weeks so I can spend the few weeks beyond that actually thinking about having another kid.
I found a new blog to enjoy. Some ridiculous super mom in texas. she posted a Cheesecake Pie recipe the other day because apparently last friday was National Pie Day. So of course I made one, last night. And now it's 1:40 in the afternoon and the entire. pie. is. gone. The boy's ate about a quarter of it, in my defense. Now I have to make an entire new one before Craig gets home so he won't know that I already ate it all!!!
Another blog I like comes from another Kelly (different spelling though) in Utah and her latest post was inspiring in a different way. (as in, a non-food-consuming way) She wants to make 31 newborn kits for her own 31st birthday celebration this year. Which I think is awesome and I'm totally going to join in. The Humanitarian Aid guidelines are linked from her blog and she's willing to do a lot of the work herself if people just want to donate materials.
I suggest you check it out. (the link is in red above)