Delighting in Learning.

A note: Your comments on yesterday's post were amazing. If you haven't done so already, I encourage you all to read through what was shared by those of you who posted. You made me cry. Thanks for your openness, your love, and your gratitude. I'm so thankful for this place and for each of you.


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This week was a week of learning on so
many levels. Here is a favorite moment from our homeschooling journey.
Have a joyful weekend!






10 thoughts on “Delighting in Learning.

  1. abbie says:

    What a great homeschooling moment! I can’t wait for my girls to get to experience some riding. It wasn’t something that I got to do that much of growing up and I would like to change that for my kids.

  2. Lindsay says:

    I know we’re not supposed to project our desires onto our children, but I’ll be honest and say that secretly (or not so secretly, though I hope I don’t put any pressure on them), I hope at least one of my girl’s ends up horse crazy. Love the pictures; they make me long to start riding myself again.

  3. Nahuatl Vargas says:

    I still sleep with my little one, we sleep in his bed and he says he will send me to mine when is time.
    I love to get in there when he is already sleep and that he hugs me without waking up.
    He is 4.

  4. Rachel Wolf says:

    Im always secretly more excited when they pick passions that we share (baskets! knitting! wild edibles!) than those that we dont (oh, I dont know… nerf guns anyone? Army games?…). 🙂 Rachel

  5. wanee says:

    I absolutely looove how you take photos… gives such a different view of how you look at things (I especially like the horses hooves on the sand, and the little ballet girl legs on the vast expanse of floor you posted previously)… it is inspiring me to be more artistic when taking snapshots, and to start an album of pictures called “Postcard pictures” which normally wouldn’t make it to the regular album otherwise 🙂

  6. Erin says:

    Loving a catch-up with your blog! We have two unschooling boys and over the summer things got so sweetly chaotic that I couldn’t find the time for my own blog, and so following some I liked fell to the periphery. You probably understand 😉 The desire to live our lives intersecting with the time to capture and write about/photograph it!!

    I remembered your blog via Annie’s when I read that you won her give-away too. Happy shell gazing!!


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