Day in the Life- Thursday 2018

I find it hard to believe that it is that time of year, but it is!  This week I will join many other homeschooling bloggers in sharing our days.  I love reading about other people’s days over at Simple Homeschool.  2018 is the fourth year that I have documented our week.  You can check out 2015, 2016, and 2017 if you would like to see how our weeks have changed.

Sooo…we still have snow, which is unusual around here.  Thus, we still didn’t have a typical day.  I didn’t go work out.  Nick worked from home.  Our activities were cancelled.  And-There was SNOW!

Sims, Parks and I awoke at 730.  Sawyer got up a little later at 8.  Everyone got up, ate breakfast and did what they do in the mornings.

At 8:45, we did our 15 minute clean up and then headed to the sunroom to read and do history.

At 10:20, everyone headed to work on their independent work and math.  By 1130, Parks was done and ready to sledding.  While he went out, Sims and Sawyer finished up their school work.

At 1:00, Sims made pancakes for everyone and we ate lunch.

At 2:00, Parks called a friend to go sledding with, and we went to pick him up (our road is awful, but the rest of the town was fine-so crazy).  When we got back, Parks went sledding.  Sims, his friend and I went for a walk up to the store to get some munchies.

By 3:30 everyone was back at home hanging out.  I made dinner and got it in the oven.

At 4:15, Parks and his buddy headed back out to find more hills.  Sims, Sawyer and I headed to the climbing gym.  Climbing practice was cancelled, but the gym had a member party going on.

8:45 We got home.  While we were gone, Parks and Nick ate dinner and Parks headed back out sledding.  When we got home, Parks was very excited because someone gave he and his friend sleds.   He told us all about the day while we devoured some dinner.

By 10:00, we all headed to bed.


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