Our tomato plants are nearly 4 inches tall and for the first time, we got lavender seeds to germinate. We have about 20 cone flower seedlings and some lemon balm, too. Mia planted the pepper seeds and several variety of flower seeds on the weekend for her Mary Garden. We are hoping that at least some of them sprout. It is the closest we can get to gardening right now. Our backyard looked like this until the last snow storm hit.
Other than playing, the kids have had their noses in the books. Waldo books in particular. It is so fun to look at Waldo books.Finding Waldo can be extremely frustrating at times. Especially when the littles find him and mommy hasn't found him yet. I am glad that we have a number of the books from the library, otherwise there are brawls over who gets to hold the book. Waldo has also proved to be a very good 'good-night' book.
When the weather is really awful, we tend to put on some fresh pj's and declare a 'pj day'. There is something fun and liberating about declaring a 'pj day'. It is one of my favourite things about being a homeschool family. When outside activities are not on the agenda, a pj day is in order at our house. Adam loves pj days and lounging in other peoples' beds.
We will continue to wait for spring. As the snow continues to fall, we are keeping cozy indoors. It is time for a coffee and some
homemade Mia-made brownies. We hope that spring will come soon and will choose to stay. Is is snowing where you are? Do you have spring flowers popping up through the ground?
Have a great day friends.