What a week!!! Some days I really pray for things to be boring.
Mondays are a little crazy because of Minecraft classes online. We also have Lydia's horseriding in the evening. We made it through classes, all meals were done, and we even survived horseriding with minimal issues. It was really a long day though. But as soon as we got home, Joey was looking forward to the promised episode of Dr. Who for his history class this week.
The girls played a game while we were watching
We got some exciting stuff in the mail....our quail eggs we are trying to hatch.
By Tuesday of this week, I really didn't think that this week was going to end. Poor Joey was suffering some massive mood swings. This was just a purely frustrating week ruled by Autism and Mood Disorders. I felt like I was walking on eggshells because I never knew what was going to set him off. Even Caty was just in the trying to keep Joey happy mind frame. Some days were worse than others.
We did go and see the new movie, Dolphin Tale 2. The kids absolutely loved it. We met another homeschool family and minus some elderly in the audience....the theater was empty. My favorite way to see a movie!!!
Joey didn't get a ton of academic work done, but we did try to sneak as much in as I possibly could. We watched a lot of science shows and historical shows also. He did learn about Queen Victoria for his Traveling through Time with Dr. Who class. But essays were not able to be tackled, even with help from mom.
This is her inside out watermelon.
model magic and then started creating while watching the movie on sea turtles called Incredible Journey.
In a calm moment, playing a game with Caty.
It was a rough week. We did get a lot of stuff done though, so I am grateful for that. Every time I try to make life less crazy, the opposite happens. But if we work together, everything will keep running.
I think the favorites this week was going to see Dolphin Tale 2 (which I highly recommend) and of course playing golf with daddy. They missed him this week.
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