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Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Logan is Very Excited

Mommy let me blog today so I can share our big news!  Oh, it is so exciting!  Want to know what it is? Caleb is being homeschooled now!  I think Mommy and Daddy realized how much I hate riding in the car and how even though I was doing better than I was a year ago, I still really didn't like driving Caleb to school every morning.

Oh, Mommy says the decision has nothing to do with me.

Well, whatever reasons they have, I love it!  They started last week and I have already learned so much!  I've learned that I have to wait for free reading time to snuggle up with Caleb, but once free reading starts, he and I can make a nest together.  I've learned that History books taste good but Mommy says they don't need kisses.  I've learned to sleep through math.  (I can only count to three because that's how many scoops of food I get - if they'd give me more scoops, I could probably count higher.)  Also, I'm not very interested in science, but Mommy says that will be getting more interesting.  We haven't started Logic yet, but when we do I know I'll do a great job with that - Golden Retrievers are known for being logical!  English and Grammar are much more interesting with big, thumpy, tail wags, and for PE, I get to run with Caleb and Mommy!  Max is participating too, but he's mostly biting on the binders.  (Like the History books that don't need kisses, the binders don't need biting either.)  He also likes to sit on Caleb's papers so they don't blow away.  I'm not sure why Max is allowed to come to homeschool, but maybe it will make him a better kitty, and he'll stop biting things (like me).  We do get to practice our wrestling, on the bathmat, every night.  I guess that's PE for Max since he can't go for a run with us.

It's all very exciting and Mommy and Daddy and Caleb seem to really be enjoying it along with me.  I'm so glad they decided to homeschool me!  (Mommy says that wasn't the plan either - silly Mommy.)  She says that sometimes she has to study things so she can teach them to Caleb (and me), and she can't spend as much time knitting, but she says things will be settling down some too as everyone figures out a system and we get into a rhythm around here.  I'm just happy to be part of it!  I'll let you know more details later, but I think I spotted the Ancient History text in the other room and it's unattended - it clearly needs kisses!



Anonymous Anonymous said...

"May you live in interesting times!" Perhaps, most interesting, will be sorting out just how many students there are. At least you aren't having to set a fur dress code for school. :-)

9:26 AM  
Blogger Lucy said...

Good luck, and have fun! I've been homeschooling for 6+ years, and it's almost always an adventure!

8:43 AM  

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