We are a homeschooling family just starting our homeschooling adventure. We have four children, five and under.  We use cloth diapers, which I love. We try to eat healthy, and live simply.
I am starting this blog as a way to journal,  keep track our daily lives, and family updated. I can type a lot faster than I can write, and my hand writing is atrocious.  It seems time slips away so quickly. If I don't write down something cute one of the kids said or did, I sometimes forget about it.  This will also give my kids something to look back on and possibly learn from.  I am going to try to journal weekly about all sorts of happenings.  

Our first born is Josiah.  He is an amazing boy.  He just keeps getting better and better.  He likes things to be just so.  Which was frustrating to him and me, at first, but now he really is my big helper.  I believe he can clean better than most five year old children.  We were getting ready to go to the store the other day, and I was in the bathroom getting ready.  Josiah came in and told me he cleaned the entire living room, so we could come home to a clean house.  He did this without me even asking.  He can clean his room, Jada's room, the living room, collect all the cloths and sort them like it's nothing.  Read about Josiah's Birth Story.

Josiah was a colicky baby, so when Jada came along I could not believe the difference. She was so quiet, I could set her down and cook supper without her crying.  It was amazing.  She was born sunny side up, a healthy 7 pounds 6 ounces, and 20 inches long.  However, at 5 weeks she was hospitalized.  You can read about that here.
Read about Jada's Birth Story.

Juliet is our most quiet, laid back baby yet. She was the easiest pregnancy, labor, and delivery.  She is always smiling and happy. She is also our most cuddly.  She loves, loves, loves to hug.  It seems like every time I turn around, she is hugging one of us.  It is the sweetest thing.
Juliet's Birth Story.

 Our newest addition!  He is such a sweet baby! All the kids love giving him kisses, and helping me take care of him.  For the most part he is a content baby.  We can't seem to get enough of him.
Jameson's Birth Story


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