It’s been a while, the last couple of months I have been so bad at updating my blog. You would think I had hibernated for the winter or something. I have plenty of questions and
It’s been a while, the last couple of months I have been so bad at updating my blog. You would think I had hibernated for the winter or something. I have plenty of questions and messages to reply to as well, so I guess I had better get busy.
The week was a busy one, we hadn’t intended it to be that way but that’s how it ended it up. Mag is studying hard for his first GCSE exam in three weeks time so we thought that we would stay at home… well best laid plans and all that.
Sol left playgroup this week, it was time for her to move on. She had been asking do ‘school’ every day when the other children were doing their learning, we decided not to hold her back. Getting to playgroup was starting to get to be a bit of an ordeal so it was for the best all round. I am really happy to have Sol home every day now, I always missed her when she was gone. Though I have to admit I felt a bit teary about having to say goodbye to the mums I had got to know the last couple of years.
Wednesday found us out grocery shopping and getting supplies in for our trip on Thursday.
Thursday we went to W5, the science museum in Belfast, to meet some home educated friends. It was a long day, we arrived at the museum for doors open at 10 o’clock and we didn’t leave till 5pm.
Friday we found ourselves in St George’s Market in Belfast, then lunch, then more shopping. This time not shopping for food but for fish, we got a fighter fish and a sucky bottom cleaner fish for our tank as well as a pond plant for the little frog pond we are making.
I am not going to say much more now, but try make a point of updating more often now I have broken the silence.
Here’s the photos from our museum trip …
All the children loved the boat simulator.