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Archive for September, 2013

Baby Shower in Fruitland, Iowa

Thursday, September 12th, 2013

Johannah and Ava are giving Helena a baby shower. Party favors Dan and Ava making the cookies Decorating the cookies Finished Decorating with Grammy’s flowers The food Me and Ava Autumn and daughters Grandma Twyla (Aaron’s mom) Opening presents Helena’s cousin Dixie Aaron’s grandma made a quilt for Hunter Helena and Lana Aaron’s Grandma Auberg […]

When will baby arrive?

Thursday, September 12th, 2013

UPDATE: Jennifer wins our “Guess the Date” contest. Hunter was born September 26 at 6AM. Bake until September 17 Aaron and Helena Auberg Eight weeks Fifteen weeks Boy or girl? Aaron is happy! Is it really true? Thirty weeks — Hunter Bunny is eating lettuces this week. The firecracker is getting ready to pop. Eric […]

Grammatical gender does not necessarily correspond with actual gender

Monday, September 9th, 2013

Dear Mr. and Mrs. Bluedorn, Thank you so much for your ministry. I have owned and read your book for six years now. It’s my most recommended homeschool book to new homeschoolers. It’s been such a blessing to me. My question is a simple curiosity question regarding the Hebrew language. I am a homeschool mom […]

Ancient Greek and Roman Literature — what should I read?

Monday, September 9th, 2013

Have you ever looked at the Classical Writing Curriculum? It looks rigorous and thorough, covering classical writing skills following the progymnasmata, grammar, logic and rhetoric. I am interested in it, but, as a Christian, I worry about my kids reading some of the material used. I do not have any experience with ancient Greek writing. […]

Real History

Wednesday, September 4th, 2013

This is what we’d be studying this week if I had kids to homeschool. Real history, applied to current events.


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