Monthly Archives: September 2010

“B” is for Butterfly

There are so many fun themes to do with the letter “B”…bugs, boats, bees…and butterflies. We went with butterflies because I thought that’s what Charlotte would enjoy most. Here is our learning board for the week…we colored lots of pictures … Continue reading

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Reckless Faith: Let Go and Be Led

This book was such an enjoyable read for me. Beth Guckenberger writes about experiences and people that have challenged her and shaped in her a “reckless faith.” This book was challenging, inspiring, touching, and heartfelt. Each chapter was a story … Continue reading

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Mormor’s Swedish Coffee Bread Recipe

My grandma has made coffee bread for as long as I can remember. Every Christmas when we would visit, we would have this bread for breakfast nearly every morning. Whenever my grandparents would come to visit us, my grandma would … Continue reading

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An interview with my Grandma…

Recently I’ve been wondering about what things were like for our mothers when they were raising us, or what things have changed since our grandmothers were raising kids. I had the opportunity to sit down with my grandma, Louise, and … Continue reading

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All About “A”

My plan for this year is to spend 1-2 weeks on each letter of the alphabet doing a variety of activities. My hope is that at the very least we’ll do a craft or two, learn about something that starts … Continue reading

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