My 3 boys and I

October 26, 2008

Week In Review

Filed under: Home and Family,week in review — by my3boysandi @ 4:34 pm

Today My Home Schooler and I made bread rolls that were popular at play group.  Because of picking up My Home Schooler from drama i was able to move some stuff at church around thus meaning I would have less to do the tomorrow

My boys watching the TV in My Home Schoolers bedroom

good morning at play group

spent most of the time outside including morning tea (hosted by My Home Schooler) and singing (done by me)

my pantry before and . . .

afterwards

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My Home Schooler took the recipe for the buns and made a loaf

SORE

I dont know if it was all the walking around yesterday or what but I could hardly move today and was in PAIN

thankfully my back is better again

Over the last few weeks I have spread my Saturdy morning housework chores over the week and it feels so much better

So today I only had to clean the bathroom and wash the floors

church followed by a quite afternoon



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10 Comments »

  1. Gosh your homeschooler is such a caring young man isn’t he? That’s awesome he baked bread 🙂

    thanks 🙂

    Comment by Amy — October 26, 2008 @ 5:08 pm |Reply

  2. I love the picture of the boys together. I hope they always have such a good relationship.

    Good job on the pantry! Mine needs sorting out again although it’s not been too long since I did it.

    Hope you’re feeling better now. I tend to be sore after I do anything out of my usual routine but a day or two usually finds me feeling better.

    Thanks for your birthday and anniversary wishes, Jen. I really appreciate it, and I treasure our friendship. 🙂

    Love and hugs,

    Diane

    most of the time they have such a good relationship
    My Home Schooler is a great older brother
    the kind I always wish Id had

    Comment by Diane Jennings — October 26, 2008 @ 5:16 pm |Reply

  3. What a fun way to show your week! I have a similar before and after pantry picture on a post just a couple weeks ago! 🙂

    Also, hope you can join me on Tuesday for a bloggy Home School Open House! You can check out my blog for details, and I hope to even have a Mr. Linky…we’ll see! 🙂

    Blessings!
    ~Tammy (Lattes and Lollipops)

    sori I missed that

    Comment by Tammy — October 26, 2008 @ 6:52 pm |Reply

  4. I adore the photograph of the two boys, very caring and happy. xx

    thanks 🙂

    Comment by Heart Felt — October 26, 2008 @ 7:11 pm |Reply

  5. Your hs-er is turning into quite the chef! What great life skills. My son is in a non-traditional school, thus he has tons of time at home. I’m teaching him some basic cooking, too. Hopefully one day, he’ll do a meal from start to finish. THEN, we’ll start on laundry lessons. 🙂

    Ive been thinking My Home Schooler should cook dinner once a week – he use to
    its very good for them
    and its what My Home Schoolers wants to do for a career 🙂

    Comment by Gretchen Hanna — October 27, 2008 @ 3:14 am |Reply

  6. Now I feel the urge to go and straighten my pantry after seeing yours all neat and tidy! Good job.

    Love the pic of your boys all cozy under a blanket watching tv.

    go for it 🙂 and thanks

    Comment by Susanne — October 27, 2008 @ 4:22 am |Reply

  7. Sorry to hear about the soreness and I hope it’ll go away soon, Jen.

    That loaf your HS made is making my mouth water… Both the boys are so cute in bed together!

    thanks my friend 🙂

    Comment by Alice Teh — October 28, 2008 @ 3:06 pm |Reply

  8. Hawkes Day looks like so much fun! How come you didn’t video blog this week? The bread looks yummy and I love the photo of the boys together!

    it was a good day 🙂 My broadband is at its limit and Ive been on dial up – so so slow
    thanks

    Comment by Melissa Markham — October 29, 2008 @ 1:46 am |Reply

  9. Wow! That bread really looks yummy!! How was it?

    Your pantry looks good. Care to come and do mine?

    I am glad you are feeling better, it is horrible when your back gives out on you and you are forced to trifle through the pain when caring for children.

    the bread was REAL GOOD 🙂
    thanks yeah Id do yours 🙂

    Comment by Leticia — October 30, 2008 @ 8:45 am |Reply

  10. Jen, you are an angel!

    Comment by Leticia — November 1, 2008 @ 9:37 am |Reply


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