pictures: Winterpromise

Above: making the mud wigwam… Dining room is to the right.
Below:  the finished wigwam… I made it too wet and it took FOREVER to dry!!!

below: Keenan's diorama… one side of it anyway.  He really like this, paper project though it was!!

Below: in our dining room… see the pretty wall paper?  The two large wall maps are now in that corner.  this is what Thaddeus does while we do math (MathUSee)… the sun room you can see through the double glass sliding doors.

A close up of the wall paper… I mean, the interactive map of theory of how some people got to the “new World”

About reneegrace

A place to record my journey of creating a life of balance. First as God's child and bride, "wifing", mothering, homeschooling, leading worship, neighboring, mentoring, teaching piano, and the myriad of other things that clamor for my time and energy. And a place to put pictures to show my family whom I miss incredibly, and who live so very far away from us here in Alaska!! View all posts by reneegrace

6 responses to “pictures: Winterpromise

  • Rhesa

    You have such cute kids!

  • Anonymous

    Aw, Renee,

    Cute pictures. We do Math U See, too, for the lower grades…and just love it. And it doubles as a wonderful building toy, too. Don’t ya think?

    I enjoyed seeing pictures of your home, too…and I think your wallpaper is lovely. 🙂

    Oh, and…I just made (as in, while looking at your pictures) a new batch of laundry det. I haven’t done it for months since moving…I have felt quite “overwhelmed” but decided I could finally get back into gear. (It was easier than running the store which is 15 min. away and overpriced in our small town.)


  • javamamma

    Great photos of your home. Love the animal sacrifice. :o) Your boys are sweet.

    And you are the coolest, funnest mom – making a wigwam!

    Also, I don’t know you too well so are you serious or joking about the wallpaper? Couldn’t tell.

  • nsremom

    cool, cool projects. I love Keenans diorama. He’s very artistic at his tender age!


    Thank you for the encouraging words over at my blog today. I came to check out your blog and was stunned at the pictures of your son … not every picture, but several of the pictures look just like my now 13 yos, Stephen. Then others look a bit like my 9 yos Noah. Of course, it’s the red hair that I love!

  • Jimmie

    Hey! Love the crafts shots! I am investigating WP AS 1 for our next academic year. You kids seem really young. How do they find AS? Is the level good for them?

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