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Monday, January 5, 2009

Happy Monday

Our first day back in regular schedule. I thought I will have a hard time teaching my two DC but I was wrong. I always think of the worst case however it always goes into my favor and I am glad.

I even have time to make home made dinner rolls to go with our chili dinner tonight. Furthermore I baked some sugar cookies after dinner, I feel like a super mom...ha ha ha (not!). Tomorrow DC have more lessons than usual and we did one of them today. All we have to do is put in the hours tomorrow for that lesson. Plus on Wednesday DD (K) have a face to face screening because they can't hear her make the letter sounds over the phone (which she know all of them). Good thing DH is home that day, I don't have to take all 4 of them with me. Thank you DH, you are a great help.

We are also compiling some assessments and writing samples to mail to their teachers before the end of the month (that mostly my job). DD received two Christmas cards from her B&M classmates and she is writing back to say thank you. I have to spell everything for her while she writes and sometimes if she know the words I only sound it out for her. A great way to practice her words.

That's it for today, I need to take some zzzz and start again tomorrow. Have a great day or night everyone.


Hapi January 8, 2009 at 6:30 PM  

Hello there my friend! I found your blog very interesting so I have added your link in my Blogroll. I hope you'll link me back. Have a nice day!

Ria January 10, 2009 at 1:29 PM  

Hi Eden,
How's life there? I have a tag for you if you don't mind =)


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