Parkour? What is Parkour? Those where my first thoughts when a friend suggested we join in. Did everyone know about this new craze but me? Turns out Parkour is a great fit for our active, big for his age son to learn some agility and allow him to see his city like surroundings in a … Continue reading Parkour Anyone?
I have always loved science. Maybe that is why I get giddy just thinking about doing science at home with our son and eventually our daughter as well. Everything science related at our house is hands on and interactive so it works better with friends. Families have varied schedules, coming in and out of our … Continue reading Light Science at Home
When we moved to Nothern Virginia three years ago our son was just turning four. I had all sorts of ideas about the kind of education we wanted for him. We looked for a home near a well rated elementary school. We were coming from an amazing co-op preschool system in Seattle and wanted another … Continue reading Savoring Our Homeschool Community
This piece was dictated to me by my six year old son. Enjoy! Quenton’s Submarine-Light Ship Adventure I went on a submarine. That submarine was the USS Torsk. I slept on a submarine. I went and ate on a light ship. The light ship was the Light Ship Chesapeake. … Continue reading Quenton’s Submarine-Light Ship Adventure
This weekend was a father-son adventure in Baltimore. The cub scout pack arranged for an overnight trip to stay on the USS Torsk, a WWII era submarine tied up in the harbor. Quenton went armed with is camera and took asorted photos of the vessel. He is also going to write a story this week, … Continue reading Father-Son Submarine Explorers
A start to chronicling our families adventures. Welcome!