|Nick's mittens are finished!|
|Molly's skirt was completed, too! I added a bit of extra length to the top so it wouldn't be so short.|
I put in an adjustable waist band so she can wear it for a while.
Daddy brought home an old Latin textbook from a book exchange at his work. I didn't think we'd use it until I looked through it. I love it! I decided to use this for Maria's Latin study this year. We are slowly going through it as it integrates a lot of grammar and translation in each of the lessons. There are also several pictures and tidbits of history.
I am a fan of old textbooks so I couldn't pass these up. My only problem has been not having a teacher text. The series was published in the 50's by Scott, Foresman. A scan on Amazon and ebay resulted in finding nothing. I did, however, find texts II and III which I snatched up quickly.
I like how the books also show some relevance to today's world.
I'm enjoying learning along with Maria. It really makes me happy that we can do this together.
|You can only imagine how many boxes of Kleenex a family of 9 goes through|
during a week of colds & allergies!
Nick is using a spoon! He really likes to use it. I am so pleased that he can feed himself.
|He got more on his face than in his mouth, but it's a start!|
And I'm knitting a little something trying to finish before the cold hits Texas. I think I still have a bit of time before that happens...I hope! Here's a little pic of the shocking pink yarn I'm working into a ribbed cuff using DPN's again....fun, fun, fun.
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