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Moments to Remember was developed as a simple way to look back on our week as homeschoolers and find photos that encompass the memories we want to remember. 

The week may have been tough, there may have been more bumps than smiles, but in the end these are the moments that keep us going, the ones we need to remember.

This past week was spent relaxing, cuddling on the porch swing, unpacking and planting a garden.

And enjoying some sweet little faces. Like this one…

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All in all, it’s been a week that my heart needed and I have been so happy to have.

What moments do you have to remember this past week?

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Comments

  1. Colleen Vanderlinden says

    So sweet! We had a good week, too — lots of gardening and outside time.

  2. Mama Eagle says

    What a cute little guy!

  3. My youngest is 22 so my life is very different, in some ways, than when I was surrounded by littles! But the most precious moments of time are still the ones filled to the brim with love & life! The times when my 6’5″ baby throws himself on the futon in my office and shares his heart! He left Friday for 2 weeks in Haiti ministering to orphans. I will miss him but so look forward to hearing the overflow when he gets home!

  4. Remember that at that age, “school” is viewed much as a plynrgouad. That happened when my 8 year old was 5. I allowed her to go. It lasted 3 entire months. Why did it last that long? Because I didn’t let her quit after week 1. *lol*Make your preschool much outdoorsy, nature-study type things and they will not beg to go. I assure you.Our school schedule is year round. We take off the entire month of March, July and November.

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