Today Mary is 24 weeks old, and she sat up for the first time on her own! It's kind of sad, as she is getting older and has met another milestone in her little life. At the same time, it is exciting to watch her progress over the past 24 weeks. I have been taking a photo of her every Sunday for each week of her life. I will be making a "First 52 weeks of Mary's life" photo album and video collage. I looked through the photos this morning and was amazed at how much she has changed.
Mom will be out here for 5 days on the 25th (Ash Wednesday). She has not seen Mart or the boys since Mary was born. I look forward to her reaction when she sees her. I also look forward to her seeing the progress Declan has made in his first year of home schooling, since she has not supported the idea at all. She thinks he is not getting the proper socialiazation. That is the whole point of our home schooling, to keep them away from the warped world beyond our family and the Catholic Church. She thinks it's perfectly ok to allow our children to go to school in the less than average school systems, that can't even provide enough desks for the amount of students in a classroom. Not to mention, the amount of children that are being raised without discipline. (You should hear the language being uttered out of the mouths' of elementary school children.) There is no way we would ever allow our babies to mix with those kids. Now maybeshe will see how well he is doing and realize he wouldn't be as far as he is if he was in a public school.
I'm a 39 year old mother, wife, and home schooling teacher. I love hanging out with my family, finding healthy recipes to cook, baking, Twitter, Instagram, and movies. I also love photography. I am a huge Walking Dead and Game of Thrones fan. You can also find me on Instagram @scoobyloves2004 and Twitter @mommyto9k
I'm a very outgoing person and will always listen to anyone in need. I started this blog as a place for me to go and escape from everyday life, but I have soon realized that this is a place for us to express how wonderful our life truely is. We are blessed to have our family in a corupt world.