A Weekly Wrap Up…

It was a full week…a good week…a week of Medieval feasting, another trip to the YES Farm, rejoicing in children who love to read and optimistic Popsicles.  Lydi is napping, the boys are painting, Laura’s on a lunch date with Daddy and I’m getting ready for some serious garage sale prep.

Knights and Princesses…

Medieval Feast Preparations
Castles and hats…

Every child presented in between the different courses of the feast…

Singing about the True King

Be-dazzled goblets were a hit!

Cavan’s original story.
Either titled “Saving the Princess” or “Sha-Zam!”
(it’s long–and quite deadly–beware)
The whole crew…

Popsicles and glimmers of sunlight…

Big Stuff with her own popscicle. 
She chose red.  I chose clear.

Another trip to our Principal’s YES Farm
Oh–how I wanted to take these home with us…

Campfires, cutting down logs at the river, farm chores and hikes with buddies…

Lydia found her favorite Mr. Hanson…

She’s grouchy here because I’m telling her we have to leave soon…

The whole crew…

Hanging out with “Mr. Lou” (our close friends’ grandpa).
We get to visit his farm in a couple of weeks.

Saturday artwork…

With guys that I love…

So thankful for a busy, but wonderful week!


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  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/03961274494762725982 Jessica

    Wow- the Medieval feast looks like fun! What a treat.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/10259015648661853019 Virginia Is For Mothers

    Oh, that medieval feast does look like fun. It reminds me of my homeschooling days when my friends and I researched and cooked an authentic 6 course Victorian dinner and made our parents be the servants while we all dressed up in frilly gowns. And it reminds me of the time we had a weekend long “Swiss Family Robinson Campout” in which we lived in a treehouse, wore pioneer clothes, washed our clothes with washboards, and cooked every meal over an open fire. So.Much.Fun.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/12698211507956334881 Aurie

    What fun week!! I am so intrigued by the Yes farm – I wish we had one close to us that I could check out!!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/18107717294803352571 LeAnn

    Another awesome learning experience for your children; that was so cool. Loved the pictures and the thoughts.
    Blessings to you!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/04434412155710357765 Annika

    Hi, I’m stopping in from the HHH. What a fun week you had! I love the Medieval feast.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/10228628838529291597 Jamie

    sounds and looks like you all had some fun and busy times.Nothing like visiting a farm with your friends to see some cute animals.
    Hopping from the HHH.Please stop by and follow our blog.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/08075072259006322851 Owner of Homeschool Faith and Family Life Website

    WOW! Looks like you have been having LOTS of fun!

A Weekly Wrap Up…

It was a full week…a good week…a week of Medieval feasting, another trip to the YES Farm, rejoicing in children who love to read and optimistic Popsicles.  Lydi is napping, the boys are painting, Laura’s on a lunch date with Daddy and I’m getting ready for some serious garage sale prep.

Knights and Princesses…

Medieval Feast Preparations
Castles and hats…

Every child presented in between the different courses of the feast…

Singing about the True King

Be-dazzled goblets were a hit!

Cavan’s original story.
Either titled “Saving the Princess” or “Sha-Zam!”
(it’s long–and quite deadly–beware)
The whole crew…

Popsicles and glimmers of sunlight…

Big Stuff with her own popscicle. 
She chose red.  I chose clear.

Another trip to our Principal’s YES Farm
Oh–how I wanted to take these home with us…

Campfires, cutting down logs at the river, farm chores and hikes with buddies…

Lydia found her favorite Mr. Hanson…

She’s grouchy here because I’m telling her we have to leave soon…

The whole crew…

Hanging out with “Mr. Lou” (our close friends’ grandpa).
We get to visit his farm in a couple of weeks.

Saturday artwork…

With guys that I love…

So thankful for a busy, but wonderful week!


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  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/03961274494762725982 Jessica

    Wow- the Medieval feast looks like fun! What a treat.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/10259015648661853019 Virginia Is For Mothers

    Oh, that medieval feast does look like fun. It reminds me of my homeschooling days when my friends and I researched and cooked an authentic 6 course Victorian dinner and made our parents be the servants while we all dressed up in frilly gowns. And it reminds me of the time we had a weekend long “Swiss Family Robinson Campout” in which we lived in a treehouse, wore pioneer clothes, washed our clothes with washboards, and cooked every meal over an open fire. So.Much.Fun.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/12698211507956334881 Aurie

    What fun week!! I am so intrigued by the Yes farm – I wish we had one close to us that I could check out!!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/18107717294803352571 LeAnn

    Another awesome learning experience for your children; that was so cool. Loved the pictures and the thoughts.
    Blessings to you!

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/04434412155710357765 Annika

    Hi, I’m stopping in from the HHH. What a fun week you had! I love the Medieval feast.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/10228628838529291597 Jamie

    sounds and looks like you all had some fun and busy times.Nothing like visiting a farm with your friends to see some cute animals.
    Hopping from the HHH.Please stop by and follow our blog.

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/08075072259006322851 Owner of Homeschool Faith and Family Life Website

    WOW! Looks like you have been having LOTS of fun!