Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Early morning.

It is 6.30 on Wednesday morning. I finally have a bit of time to do a post. Over this week, I have had plenty of ideas for posts but when I get on computer, I go to facebook or plurk or read other blogs so have run out of time to post here.

We have had a great start to the 3rd term. I won't tell you to much about what we are doing because Tom and Amelia will be writing on their blog about it. Amelia wants to start her own blog too so I am going to encourage writing each week for both of them. At this stage they will be updating each Wednesday. I will probably post a link here to their blogs when they have updated them.

Joseph is getting around all over the place now. He is much better than he was on the weekend but still has a runny nose and is finding it hard to breathe when feeding.

Here is a picture of Steve painting the family room. We thought it would be far enough along to start homeschooling in this term but we still have lay the lino and get things a bit more oragnised in there for this to happen. I think once the lino is laid, we can put all our boxes and tables in there so hopefully we will be working in there within the next couple of weeks. I am really looking forward to having this room done. I think it will make the lounge room much easier to keep tidy.

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