Ahanu asked me this question at our unusually early morning breakfast (before 7 am) with Adriel. I conjectured that it was made of sugar and perhaps gelatin and something else, but really I don’t remember ever knowingly eating marzipan, so I had no idea. I just knew that it was used to make intricate details […]Continue Reading →
These boys are so beautiful together. Here, Ahanu is standing near Adriel as Adriel has fun standing on stools and using the light switches.
In unschooling there are no extra-curricular activities. Everything is learning experience. But for the sake of applying to a college, I may keep track of activities that might be considered extra-curricular or outside the curriculum. I am hoping that Ahanu at some point will want to join a musical group of some kind, like a choir […]Continue Reading →
Ahanu and I have been discussing volunteering. I have been trying to find opportunities that match his interests and abilities. He said he was interested in building things. I looked into Habitat for Humanity but he needs to be 16 before he can be on a building site. He loves science (mineral science, biology, etc.), […]Continue Reading →
Ahanu has been reading, “A Pals in Peril Tale – Jasper Dash and the Flame-Pits of Delaware” by M. T. Anderson. Ahanu writes: “It has a lot of monsters that are crazy, interesting, and weird. And there is something funny that happened. One of the characters named Katie did a history project on dinosaurs. She […]Continue Reading →
A lot has happened since our last entry. I had a baby. His name is usually Bebito, but sometimes it’s Adriel. He was born in January. Ahanu, Adriel, and I are going to Ecuador…for a month! We hope to have pictures and stories when we get back. I am not holding my breath that I […]Continue Reading →