My Homeschooler/Buddy

Each school day, I take Kalen, Madelyn and Julian to school and then I am left with this little guy.  Thank heavens.  He is a constant little light all the day long.  From playing UNO, to reading books, to emptying the dishwasher, to shopping for groceries, to folding clothes, to working on learning the alphabet, to learning to write . . .  he is there with a smile willing and ready to be my bud.

Here are a few pictures I snapped the other day of my little homeschool preschooler.  He is a joyful and hard worker.  I am so thankful for this little daily companion.  What a sweet season of life.

This past fall, Brady and I worked through the capital letters of the alphabet.  We decorated one wall of our dining room with the letters we created.

We are starting to study lowercase letters.

Painted by Brady in response to The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats.

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3 thoughts on “My Homeschooler/Buddy

  1. Daniel Kruidenier says:

    Brayden, beautiful work! I can’t wait to see all you Morrisons for Spring Break. It just can’t come fast enough.
    Miss you all,
    Daniel

  2. kallie vaughn says:

    You are such an awesome mommy! I love seeing all the things you are working on with Brayden. It is inspiring me to do more with my pre-k’s… I especially love the Ezra Jack Keats story painting.

    • Kallie! So good to hear from you. Yes, Keat’s illustrations are just so unique and fun to explore. I love the colors and the mediums he uses. Thanks for the sweet encouragement. Pre-K is such a fun age of learning. I hope you and yours are well. Stay warm and keep up the good work. 🙂

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