Friday, April 3, 2015

Five For Friday: Spring Break Edition!

Friday really crept up on me this week! It's hard to believe we are nearing the end of Spring break. It has been the restful, productive break I needed. My Spring Break to-do list was a mile long and I have been able to accomplish bits and pieces of it, there are definitely not enough hours in the day! 
Here is a taste of break! :)

Alex and I enjoyed a bike ride/walk along the park at the beginning of the week. He is really getting the hang of riding his bike! It makes him look so much older! We have been having some sweet conversations about Jesus as we have been thinking about his death and resurrection. He is such a sweet boy!

Alex still had pre school on Tuesday and Wednesday so Liam and I enjoyed a library trip and some fun time together! He is such a hoot when it comes to playing with his stuffed animals! I have enjoyed all the extra time with my boys this week!

I finished one dish cloth and am almost done with another! This one is full of mistakes and not at all square, but the second one is turning out a bit better! ;)

These two crack me up. They are so similar in many ways, but their personalities are so different too! They both make life very interesting! :)

To help my kids as we do some shared research this next quarter, I started making some country fact books. My list of things I want to create is so long and I have barely dented it! But this was fun to work on over break. I hope to get a couple more little books together this weekend. You can go here to find out more about them, or click on the picture to see it in my store!

That's a bit of what this week has been! Back to reality next week! ;)

Linking up at Doodle Bug Teaching's Five for Friday party!


  1. I love running along a path like that in Ohio when I am home! Hope you enjoyed your spring break!

    1. Thanks! Is it the metroparks you go to in Ohio? My family is from there and we love all of the trails they have! :)

  2. Your boys are such cuties! I was on break this week as well and it was fantastic. Hope you enjoy the weekend!
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