typical day at home

typical day at home

6:00 AM – Generally by this hour, we are all downstairs in the kitchen with me brewing coffee, an absolute necessity to starting my day. xx AmandaReplyCancel, thank you so much for this post! Then my old 8 and 10 yr old work on their EEL or Our Mother Tongue lesson independently while I work on reading with my 5 yr old.  (The 2 yr old usually “works”/colors or “reads” her books and plays.  All break when independent Eng. Most times it’s not. I have tried to reach out to a few other bloggers that i feel have a similar style to mine however I haven’t had much luck so far. Oh gosh yes. Children who remain uncollected after 3.15pm will join our After School Club at our current payment rates. As much as we love our babies and all the silly noises they make, it’s so important for us to keep these hours for one another. My body and mind deeply needed this seasonal pause. Here is an example of our “typical homeschool day” to give you ideas: Geo: After lunch the children all trace maps independently for Geography, and locate/map geography memory work for the week; while I put the 2 yr old down for her 4 hr nap ☺. On evenings we are out late, this time is an audio story on the way home.  We listen to these in the evening, while cooking, cleaning, etc.  The TV is rarely on in the house, perhaps 30 minutes-1 hour for the entire week. We both switch off deciding what to do and where to go, which always makes it a surprise for the other person. If it is a kinder day however, we will leave the two school boys at the gate and turn around and walk back to make it to kinder by 9.00am. i’m curious that everyone is always bare feet and legged. Thank you for sharing little details of your home, family, & life. 8:45 Saxon Homeschool Math Lesson followed by practice problems.  The younger 5 and 2 yr old play with toys, educational computer games, or reading activities together in our play area inside or outside if the weather is nice. He has no motivation to sleep in his big boy bed and we are not pushing it. One night a week we get a sitter and date each other, giving us both something special to look forward to. The couch becomes a wrestling mat and every bin gets dumped. That’s a house favorite for sure. That was always my favorite job as a little girl and I adore seeing her helpful spirit precisely set the utensils down just so. Hope this helps dear! As a stay at home mom, I’ve come to look at the seasons in a different way because they affect our days so much. I grew up on a farm in the midwest and have an appreciation for all things cozy and homemade. Let’s Catch Up! Ha. I have two under two now and I can’t even imagine getting out to go anywhere with two! Thanks for posting; it’s always encouraging to read other people’s rhythms and realize that I do, in fact, have some good ones that I like to comfort me on the crazy days. That’s not to say we never go outdoors, it’s just far less than in the other seasons. Do you ever go out to the store and such with kiddos? thank you for giving us a glimpse of your everyday. The stereotype of a woman sitting at home watching soap operas while eating bonbons is a distant reality for the SAHM. I have read both sides of the issue and it works so well for us that we are happy using it on our boys, but it’s a personal choice for sure. Some nights they are ready by seven! Thank God for little ones to always keep us on our toes. What are some of your winter family rituals, things that serve as a constant for your family? Here is a typical day: 5:00 AM I wake up, drink coffee, and read my Bible. The conveniences of working at home are also its curses. I often use library books also. 8:00 PM – After the kids have been put to bed Andrew and I love opening a bottle of wine and relaxing by the fire. 8:00 Family Devotional, Reading, & Discussion.  Life application of scripture and prayer (A great time to review your bible memory memory work for CC). a typical day… 7am onwards Wake up your liver with hot water and lemon slices, followed by your detox breakfast option, (light diet or juices) 7.45am Breathe in some … She explained how important it was, so I reviewed the plan and found a … Laying them both down at the same time is wonderful for me. Your blog has been so helpful to read and feel hopeful that all of my decisions will work out for the best! Infants 7:30 ~ Breakfast 8:00-8:30 ~ Tummy time, music, etc 9:00-10:00 ~ Nap 10:00 ~ Snack 10:30-11:30 ~ Outside play (weather permitting) 12:00 ~ Lunch 12:45-2:45 ~ Nap 3:00 ~ Snack 3:30-4:30 ~ Outdoor play Back when I was teaching, my best friend would always say, “Tell me everything about your day. As CC is gearing up for Cycle 1, there are a multitude of resources CC provides that complement our memory work.  Printable science flash cards available on the Resource CD along with other memory work flash cards and many other resources.  The resource CD is also interactive with colorful slides containing our memory songs, internet links, and printables.  You can use the science fact cards or printables available on the Connected Community or on the resource CD to review; both have an interactive portion for computer tutorials.  I print these in a notebook with page protectors with the visual on one side and Snippets/Highlights on the other side. A pattern gradually evolved for us, taking into account the differing needs and interests of the whole family. The smell of the wet earth after rain. Each bed gets sprayed with a lavender linen spray and we will diffuse calming oils in their rooms while they sleep. Still not sure why I don’t drink coffee. So this is a little gross but Alfie usually has a few blowouts each day! It sounds about 99% like my life in this season, too, which actually surprised me a little! Andrew and I have been hooked on chicory coffee ever since we lived downtown and we brew it in our Chemex or espresso machine depending on what we’re craving. a typical day at bone home Bone Home is our flagship location nestled in between two car washes in the ever changing industrial area of Costa Mesa/Newport Beach. Because every community is different, the schedule may vary at … In fact, this one has come to be one of my very favorites winters ever. It just depends on what we have done that day and how tired they are, nevertheless our ritual stays the same. Being a full-time home care nurse, she'll see six patients over the course of the day. We try to get out for some fresh air every day too and on the days my older boy is in preschool I love to take advantage and take the little one out for a winter walk or coffee with friends for a few hours to get a change of scene. ReplyCancel, […] good friend Michal (and other bloggers!) Having to be neither here nor there & remaining in a cozy bath robe all day is surely good for the soul! Every day is different in home education. I am usually a really deep sleeper, that is until one of our little ones cries. This season I do two drops of thieves to keep them healthy and then four drops of lavender or chamomile. I have enjoyed following along & find great inspiration!ReplyCancel, Loved this article. And although this winter in particular started out as a challenge for me, it really has gotten so much better over time. The kids respond really well to this, for they seem to eat better, sleep better, and play harder when working within a foundation they are familiar with. Our Activities Department schedules several different activities throughout the day. It’s hard to describe a typical day as a work-at-home mom because no two days are the same! A Typical Day. We had a […]ReplyCancel, would you be able to tell me where your white flowy curtains in all of your rooms are from? 10:45 English Review of CC English Grammar memory work for the week with discussion allowing the children to come up with examples (sentences, words, application).  We make up our own songs, chants, or mnemonic devices for fun.  This takes only 5 minutes or so.  This time is followed by a lesson from the Essentials of the English Language for my 8 and 10 yr old starting with whoever finishes math first. then i nurse him again and when he sleeps around 7:30/8:00 pm we eat supper and watch tv. And like her, I love a glimpse […]ReplyCancel, Though I know better because I have my own two littles, this sounds just surreal and wonderful. How about grocery shopping and running errands? As a stay at home mom, I’ve come to look at the seasons in a different way because they affect our days so much. Stay warm! i only wonder some things: what do you do with alfie between 7 and 10 am? If your loved has been injured while residing at a nursing home, and you are unsure about what to do next, then please, feel free to call and speak to one of our experienced Georgia nursing home abuse lawyers today. At some point, I will nurse Alfie in my room where it’s quiet and dark, getting him ready for a good night’s rest, and to keep warm, I will get him cozied up in a sleep sack. Your email is never published or shared. Home A Typical Day Services & Hours About Me Contact A Day at Daycare. Mother Nature can take a sunny week and turn it snowy on a dime! I stopped using it routinely on my son, just occasionally. i would like to let johann more nude, but in germany its usual to put on babys many layers during the winter months, even inside. 3:00pm We usually conclude our day between 2:30 and 3:00 if we haven’t had any outside activities.  My older children are frequently motivated by activities they would like to participate in for the day, so they will set alarms to get an early start and complete Saxon Math and/or spelling before breakfast!  On CC Meeting days, we only have our evening reading time. Sometimes I even go Saturday night right after they go down, the store is empty and it’s just nice to get out by myself! when we come home again, i nurse him and its 6 pm and my boyfriend gets home home. isn’t it too cold, especially for alfie? We turn on the night lights and say prayers and it’s big lights out. That’s the good stuff. Weee. We skip out on playdates and trips to the library when feeling cozy, and replace them with warm living room fires and movies and long naps in mama’s big bed. 5:00 PM – Andrew is likely home by this time and I am usually in the kitchen finishing up supper. Thank you for this. My husband works long hours(8am to 10/11pm) which makes it a lot harder! What we have settled into seems to be working well for everyone, which is just dandy because it’s just about time to switch it up again for spring! | notes "just so". Going to try to jump in the shower before the kids wake up. We are living in Canada right now where winters can get really long;) and to keep those little guys happy can be quite a challenge. When I taught middle school a few years back, I was out the door rain or shine, but now that I’m home with the kids we tend to to plan our day around what’s … Lately we’ve been making car villages with his blocks. I can’t find any definitive answer!ReplyCancel, We are! then its bedtime for johann with playing, singing, washing and getting in him in his pj. Not only does it give me a little break to shower or make phone calls, but it gives me one on one time with Stella. It’s really sweet. www.ClassicalConversations.com, DeDe Murff (CC Director); Email: ____@gmail.com. On stir crazy days where I’d normally scoot the kids outside to play on the porch or to run around the front yard, that’s not really an option. When he’s done and usually back asleep, I will rub one drop of calming lavender oil on his fuzzy head, place him back in his tiny wood crib, and he’ll sleep until seven, sometimes eight. We generally spend a lot of time in the same room, trying not to drive each other nuts. Our Timetable – these times have been changed. I agree, and I also will add, just because your homeschooling takes all day long doesn’t mean that you are doing something wrong. Kids were up in tandem last night. On days these more time consuming chores are a priority, I will set Stella up with an activity to keep her engaged in something like a puzzle or game. I adore the spin you put on it by seeing it as a time to ‘pause.’ Accepting the new rhythms & challenges of motherhood. 7:00 – 9:00 AM – The kids usually take this time to hang out in the living room playing with their toys while watching a few shows. The blanket fort picture, the bedtimes, the 5:00 dinner, the shows and games the kids are into, the hanging out with a drink (we are into dandy blend which tastes just like chicory coffee) and a show with my best friend/husband after the day–all very similar. The children read, say and write their spelling rules/lists independently after maps are finished. I’d love to hear house favorites of yours! I’ll crack half a dozen in our skillet and cook them sunny side up with a little bit of smashed avocado on top. all rights reserved . x AmandaReplyCancel, Are you comfortable using lavender oil with the risk of it being a hormone disruptor? This was the season of figuring out delicate and raw matters of my heart, and with thankfulness, I have come out on the other end with a new appreciation for the slow that is winter, ready to see what spring beholds. I got Roger to do a quick technical feasibility analysis whilst I went to see the Maria Jones, the Account Manager. Games the kids are loving right now are building castles and towers with blocks, matching, racing cars and trains, sorting shapes, barbies, and playing with their baby dolls. A typical day in the life for me is as follows: 5:30 (ish) - Wake up, shower, get dressed, start some laundry, have breakfast or a cup of tea while reading the newspaper or a book. Evening/Bedtime Reading:  My older students read aloud in separate rooms, usually to my 5 yr (story time) old while he draws pictures or plays with Legos, blocks, etc.  I alternate who I listen to throughout the week and usually this is my “work/quiet/chore time”.  The older children practice reading aloud to him practicing inflection and presentation skills to keep his attention.  After reading we discuss: main idea, problem/conflict resolution; characters, setting, purpose, applicable scripture, etc.  I alternate reading content:  50% of their reading is science/history,  30% corresponds with their English/Language Arts/reading lists curriculum and 20% their choice reading. i always show my boyfriend what you have posted and we both are always thrilled! Winter has got to be the most challenging season for stay at home parents. In the suburbs of Chiang Mai, life is pretty normal right now, we haven’t been ordered to stay home, and virtually nobody is wearing masks except the few who want to protect themselves against the air … Right now Alfie is in Stella’s room because Theodore is still in his crib. 7:30 PM – Bedtime for the munchkins. It helps me out in so many ways, and also serves as a constant comfort the kids continue to appreciate. We have so much dirty laundry in this house that if I don’t do one load per day it gets out of hand fast. Your days sound dreamy and make me so ready and excited to be a mama at home with my little guy! Aptly named for its “home-like” environment, Bone Home provides the perfect combination of relaxation, exercise and love for your dog. What’s your favorite kind of weather? and i love your blog a lot, thanks for taking the time to share!ReplyCancel, beautiful post. your daily routine is very inspiring! #joerobinet #winter #funtimes MERCH https://www.bunkerbranding.com/pages/joe-robinet Join us on a fun saturday at home. A Typical Day in My Life as a Work-at-Home Mom. Each child gets to make up a movement, dance, or often silly exercise as we review the song several times (until they are exhausted, they love this time).  Older children jump on the  trampoline to math facts, play a math facts game, lead the younger children in a moving activity, or use the CC Tables, Squares, & Cubes document.  This gets us “moving” in the morning in preparation to sit still and get focused. My mind is freshest in the morning with hot coffee nearby, so this time is always the best for me to be creative and most productive when it comes to organizing priorities. Just as soon as you’ve figured something out it’s time to change it up again. 7:00 Children awake to alarm clocks, have individual quite bible/prayer time in their room, clean, dress, and accomplish morning chores. We keep audio books stocked in the car and we are constantly listening to story above their reading level or audio books specifically related to our curriculum studies.  Audio books help me get the read aloud time accomplished. Here is an example of our “typical homeschool day” to give you ideas: 7:00 Children awake to alarm clocks, have individual quite bible/prayer time in their room, clean, dress, and accomplish morning chores. So… we never really had a typical day as home educators. Productivity . But in the mean time, we have our days at home. We have a few presets on our music system and I’ll turn that on while the kids make creations together. They know what to expect and it eliminates the guessing game for everyone. Hopefully you found a peek into our typical winter days interesting! The kids usually mosey on in once the coffee is made and settle into the kitchen nook to have breakfast. my son is now three months old and we haven’t found a good rythm yet. xx AmandaReplyCancel, […] inspired by Amanda’s thoughtful post at Homesong, I’m remembering how to embrace winter and many hours indoors. We’ve come to expect that and oddly enjoy this bizarre and unpredictable weather. So I figured I’d take some advice and ask if you would be willing to do a ‘sponsor swap’ or maybe even something as small as a mention for mention on one of our mutual platforms to help an up and coming blogger such as yourself. We have been using lavender with Alfie since he was born. 5:00ish AM – Theodore is the first of our family to wake up ready to start his day. I am currently trying desperately to build a decent following for my blog and instagram. Although I didn’t fully understand how weary I was at the time, I was badly craving it. | Cauliflower Thyme Soup, On Friendship, Gardening & Watering our Hearts, The winter rhythm of our house. Check out stories according to their dominant home education philosophy/approach: School-At-Home Again, we head to our kitchen nook to eat. They love this ritual and Theodore now requests it. I’d love to hear more about the things you all find comforting during this slow season. We also do lots of excess bathing and go for “snowy walks” when the sun comes out (which isn’t often since we live in a valley with bad inversion).ReplyCancel, I love the chair den – my son is always asking me to build dens for him. A wide range of New Zealand home educating families describe their “typical day”. There’s no commute giving you time to settle your thoughts on the way in to work, no lunch with co-workers. A Typical Day Working from Home If I read the news right, a couple of you guys and gals have to stay at home for the next few weeks either twiddling your thumbs or working from home. The Science Homework and History Homework books or other CC resources (My Body workbook or Lyrical Life Science) are excellent resources. It’s up to your judgement, but we love it. xx AmandaReplyCancel, I love getting glimpses of peoples routines and it has made me miss the time I had at home when my children were smaller. For Geography, CC 8:30 Math & Math Memory work:   We sing/chant/say or write the math facts that we are working on in CC corresponding with our memory work for the week.  For example, for skip counting we play “Follow the Leader” in making up exercises/movements to the songs. A Classical Christian Community Andrew is usually able to be home most mornings to help out since he’s able to make his own hours, so I’ll throw in a load of laundry and unload the dishes right away before heading into the dining room to write, edit photos, respond to emails and figure out what needs to be done that day. There are many great and inexpensive spelling curricula/workbooks. In summary, these times are approximate, but give you a good idea of a day for us.  On days we have activities or errands, we review our CC memory using the resource audio CD and notebooks I put together from the printables on the Resource CD or Connected Community.  Reviewing the memory work is simple and quick.  I also have my time line cards in sheet protectors in notebooks.  The children love to look at these in the car.  Total concentrated CC review ends up being 20-30 min a day (including time in the car or whenever). I grew up in Iowa x AmandaReplyCancel, I am also a stay at home mom, only one baby, and I feel stressed all the time! And again, we could let him cry it out in his crib, but we’d rather cozy up with him in our bed. We both love waking to a clean kitchen in the morning, so getting this space back into shape after supper is a priority. 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM – Nap time for the boys. Here’s our family’s typical winter rhythm, probably in far too much detail. 6:00 AM I run, and some days I even shower if I have time. Either Andrew or I will read Stella and Theo a story or two after change the boy’s diapers. I try to be in the same room as them so they don’t paint the walls, but most days I will pop upstairs to do a few chores here and there. i love your photos and your beautiful home! Or I suppose I is, but then I’d have to gear all three up and layer them like crazy, going through the whole scarfs and hats and boots rigamarole. A Typical Day of a Stay at Home Mom. recommends tracing/outlining/drawing maps of daily.  The maps that CC students are able to draw free-hand and their knowledge and understanding of geography employing their technique is amazing! She was truly interested and wanted to better understand what a typical day looked like for me. Please ensure that your child has been fully informed of arrangements for going home at the end of the school day. I know about five people that prefer the colder months to the warmer ones, and although I love these souls dearly, I do not understand them. With these shorter days, we tend to get the kids down well before eight. I know everyone must start somewhere so I’m trying to not get discouraged. If you are planning to do the Foundations Curriculum in its entirety you will have plenty of resources to structure your days!  There are recommended resources for Reading/Language and Math available on the CC site and from your Program Director. I like using this time to prep for supper and spend time in the kitchen. Especially in the winter..ReplyCancel, Sue – I usually do grocery shopping on the weekends when Andrew is home. here in germany every mother/father goes out at the fresh air everyday for at least one hour, no matter if it’s sunny, rainy, snowy, warm or cold outside. As the boys grew older, they sometimes had morning activities or needed to sleep till lunch-time. During the week we have early meals because it gives us more time hang out as a family before bedtime or do baths, so five o’clock means supper’s on! These months have been able to give me such a welcomed reprieve. We created a little art station for them and they’ll have at it with their paper and supplies. We are trying to break the warm milk bottle habit, but he loves it dearly. This has been our routine since Stella was little and it works so well for us. A little gross but Alfie usually has a few presets on our.! 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