Thursday, February 3

Living and Learning: February...

The Meeting of the Lord
Zacchaeus Sunday
The Publican and the Pharisee
The Prodigal Son
Prepare for Great Lent

Remove the last few Christmas decorations
Remove snowflakes from the front door
Find window covering for front door
Print and hang some new pictures
Research and buy a baby gate for the steps
Reorganized children's outgrown/out of season clothes
Trim Sugar Plum's Hair
Prepare for Kate's Wedding
Get Washing Machine Serviced
Make Dental Appointment for Me

Sitting up!
Rocking and crawling!
Baby food making!

Hearts and Valentines

Nighttime Routines: Dinner and Tidy, Play, Bathtime, Books, Prayers, and Bed

Special Days
Groundhog Day (2nd)
Baba's 90th Birthday (4th)
Valentine’s Day (14th)
Grandma (17th)
Aunt Susan (17th)
Auntie Kate and Uncle Pete's Wedding (20th)

Practice Being Still and Quiet during Prayers and Services
Learn the Trisagion Prayers

Put Away Laundry
Late winter felt board
Heart garland
Homemade valentines
Nature table scene and book basket
Full Snow moon (February 28th)
Visit a Museum
Listen to recorded books
Heart birdseed cakes for the birds
Learning How to Draw Books
Souper Bowl Sunday


Kris said...
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Shana said...

I greatly enjoy of living and learning posts. They give me a great starting place for organizing the month.

Thanks for the inspiration!


Courtney said...

Oh, your new seasonal stand looks great! Suits you.

Sarah in Indiana said...

The seasonal table is very pretty--nice to bring some winter greens into the house. It looks like your little fawn is a Stylite!

faerieeva said...

Hi Emma, I LOVE the new list. Can you perhaps tell me how you manage to do activites with sweetpea, while keeping sugarplum and little man happy. And vice versa? I need some tips on being able to spend more time doing things with my sweet Joseph, without carrying Michael on my hip at the same time.

Anonymous said...

I was wondering, what technique do you use to help teach your children to be still and quiet during prayers and services?

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