We have used all of the One Year Adventure Novel curricula (someone give me points for using the proper form of that word!) in our home.
I thought I’d catch y’all up on how we are doing with our Invisalign journey. I have 2 boys using the aligners and we are cray-cray about the whole process!
Last week a sweet friend shyly whispered to me, “Can I ask you something delicate? While you were at Disney World, how did you keep your thighs from rubbing raw?”
Yep. I remember in my teen years how hard it was to find stability when it came to my confidence. Actually, forget my teens, I struggled with it last week! It never fully goes away.
But have you ever though of it as art? Art is enchanting and art is messy and each workmanship is unique. It involves creativity and humanness and mistakes. You can’t have a quality piece of art without a lot of trial and error and erasing and lessons.
OK, so, y’all know I love my Young Living essential oils and I have a hard time not talking about them constantly. In fact, around the house anytime one of the kids mentions a problem to me I reply with, “Well you know what you need?”
Well it’s been 3 months since Noah started using his Invisalign and so far, so good. In fact we like it so much that we got them for his younger brother last month.
But he’s a typical Pennington. By that I mean he needs for orthodontic help. I blame my husband. He gave the kids crooked teeth and I gave them OCD tendencies. So, so many things for them to be thankful for.
Engaging Education is a program that I have three of my kids doing right now, Engaging Education. I wish I could express in words how much this program has blessed us.
This being Homeschool Month here at the Point….I will be sharing our all time favorite curriculum choices. This one, One Year Adventure Novel, HAD to be my first recommendation.