Up, read magazines together on the couch. (The kids wake up too early, probably because I am up to go running.)
Breakfast. I help make some of it, the kids make some of their own food.
They watch an Adventures in Virtue video about honesty.
Morning tasks with Children's Miracle Music.
I recite the Pledge of Allegiance and the Texas state pledge. At least Nick was listening.
I play songs from our special Quiet Time playlist. It includes some of the kids' favorites, some of my favorite soothing songs, a few math songs, and some folk songs we like.
Kids do some chores.
I have leftover lasagna and salad for lunch. The kids have homemade gingerbread and milk and homemade crusty bread. Salad for snack, I promise.
Kids play Legos and Duplos together...for hours. We put on the Surprises According to Humphrey audiobook. The series of books about Humphrey, the classroom hamster, is fluff to me, but the kids adore every bit of it. I let them listen to audiobooks during lunchtime.
Meanwhile, I further my own education by participating in a couple of Facebook book/course discussions.
I also put together more formalized collections of our homeschool curricula and plans.
Nick has a snack of homemade yogurt (I've finally figured out a homemade yogurt recipe that even the kids like!), homemade refried beans, and, yes, salad.
Later, we will go grocery shopping and read aloud the pile of books I had planned to read to them today.
Yesterday included family time, bike riding time, and grammar/spelling/writing time in a couple of activity books the boys were excited about.
Off topic: Nick looks so much older to me as of yesterday!!