Pippin is helping.... eat hershey kisses.
The children were particularly fascinated by this rainbow that landed in the pony pen. No pot of gold... I checked.
On the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary we made muffins into a Rosary. Little Hail Mary muffins and Big Our Father muffins.
As I was completing the last class of the day, Frodo says, "Should I get Pippin and Bilbo out of your room." I decided to sneak up on them and see what they were up to. Apparently opening a barbarshop. Pippin had snipped off a number of Bilbo's curls but his head he made special... that is especially scalped. I have to admit that after the initial shock wore off I couldn't stop laughing, it was that hideous.
I told Pippin I was going to have to shave his head and he said "NO!"
I asked what he suggested, "Just do this half!" So I tried just that. Ummm.... I don't think so!
This was Aragorn's suggestion. Shave both halves and just leave a strip up the middle.
Who says homeschooled kids aren't properly socialized, look how cool this little dude is! Do note that I used the shortest attachment (1/4") and it does not do justice to "blending it in" to the scalping.
So, my style won out and I buzzed the whole works.
However he still looks like he just got out of brain surgery. Of course this happened 10 days before we are to go to a wedding!
Bilbo has an absolute fascination for animals, we frequently have an extra guest at the table. His absolute dire favorite is a horsey.
Check out my little Baby Legs!
At 6 weeks, Poppy was weighing in at a whopping 13 pounds and 24 inches long. That's up 4 pounds from her lowest weight and up 3 inches.
Poppy has ceasee screaming so much... but here we go again! Apparently he doesn't take kindly to be dressed in a snuggly suit with bunny ears.
Our homeschooling group had a Harvest Party and on our way we drove by this absolutely darling chapel, complete with St. Francis outside and Our Lady inside. I want one of these!
The family who hosted the party had a beautiful 100 acres and had built a gorgeous home!
The weather was ideal and the views lovely.