I have every intention of updating here. No really, I do. I write posts in my head and somewhere between head and keyboard they disappear.
Instagram has killed my blog. If you follow me there you know that I post a mini blog several times a week. And then it seems like there is nothing to say here.
March has poofed and April is almost over. The passage of time never fails to astound me. Was it always like this? Or is this a ‘I’m getting older’ sort of thing. Although Keilee has always been aware of how quickly time passes.
Our days are filled to the brim with learning and living. Spring makes both of us feel so much better.
So here are a few random pictures. Catching up is impossible but for nostalgia purposes I am posting a few things here. (Keilee and I love to go back to the month we are in and see what we were doing 2, 4 or 6 years ago!)
In some EXCITING news Alpha Omega Publishing picked Keilee’s Bringing Smart Back Instagram accounts as one of the “Top 10 Instagram Accounts Homeschoolers Should Follow”. She woke up with about 120 new followers and we didn’t know what happened. She was GIDDY.
She has been working hard on her YouTube Channel. Here is the video she did on Poetry Tea Parties. I loved it.
She contacted some businesses last week about sponsoring a giveaway and 2 responded that they would! Yesterday in her video she told about her first contest which was a Year Membership to Molly Green Magazine!! You have to enter with your Instagram account but it’s a great prize.
Here is her video with Nature Crafts. I hope you can find something you and your kiddos can do together. We especially LOVED the Nature Weaving!
1. Picnic in the park after church Sunday.
2. One of her nature crafts.
3. Putting some ‘bling’ on her tshirt for kid’s church.
4. Walking in the rain in the woods.
5. Tea Party Fun
6. Before an Elsa party
7. Art Journaling outside
Here is a picture of Keilee and her sidekick onstage at Kid’s Church. Thankfully someone took this and posted it since I never get to see her ‘perform’. They just started a new series called “Camp WannaStay”. She ADORES doing this and teaching her 20 4-5th grade girls small group.
And here is my favorite picture of the week:
This weekend is slammed packed. We have a women’s conference at church Friday night. I am attending and Keilee is keeping the 3 year olds. Saturday she is Elsa at the bowling alley and then we are celebrating my birthday and Sunday is Baptism at church.
I hope everyone who still reads my poor blog is doing great. I am going to try to catch up as soon as possible on all the cool things you have all been doing!
“The world’s favorite season is the spring.
All things seem possible in May.”
– Edwin Way Teale