I kept thinking I’d get it together to make a post this week. But with getting ready to travel, getting ready for Destination Imagination, hosting co-op and having a weekend visit from my mother, it just didn’t happen. But here’s a few pictures from the last week.
We were sent a Flat Stanley by some of our Georgia cousins. I’m sure they thought we’d take him to the Washington Monument and the Smithsonian and the White House and all that. We did, but first, we took him to DC’s most famous restaurant.
We enjoyed the tunnel in the National Gallery with Nana Bebe before we did Stories in Art. Really, the Stories in Art program just rocks. And I suddenly realized that next year we’ll graduate to their Artful Conversations program. Both are free. I just love homeschooling in DC sometimes.
We celebrated Mardi Gras in style with a pot of jambalaya made by our budding chef Mushroom with some help from Nana Bebe.
Finally, with a little help, we realized that all those wacky finger games the kids keep doing have actually made their fingers double jointed. It’s especially weird on BalletBoy’s fingers.