Monday, January 2

Living and Learning: January...

The Twelve Days of Christmas
St. Basil’s Day
Sanctity of Life Sunday
The New Martyrs of Russia

Take down Christmas décor (After Theophany)
Continue Moving In
Revamp winter menu plans
Clean car
Declutter and organize linens
Create a shopping list for needed linens
House Blessing
Research Steam Cleaner Mops
Update framed photographs around house
Update Button's baby book
Buy and fill out calendar/planner
Christmas Thank you notes
Wash all of the linens on each bed
Plan Housewarming Party
Paint Children's Rooms

12 Days of Christmas
The Nutcracker
Snowflakes and Snowmen

Plan meals around the children's current eating pattern: two small breakfasts, a hearty lunch, and a simple and light dinner

Special Days
+Grandma Joyce (7th)
Poppy Chick (9th)
Full Wolf Moon (9th)
Grandfather James(11th)
Auntie Juliana (15th)
AA Milne’s birthday (18th)
Popcorn Day (19th)

Learn to Sing "Beneath Thy Compassion"
The Blessing of the Atlantic for Theophany
Tidying up Toys after Play
Clearing the Table after Meals
Read Little House on the Prairie
Read A Bear Called Paddington
Nature Table Scene
Book Basket
Watercolor Pencils
Cut Snowflakes
Fold Window Stars
Make sculpty clay ornaments for gifts and decorations
Lacing Cards
Memory Game and Puzzles
Encourage imaginative play by not over-scheduling our days
Winter felt board
Inside hide and seek
Feed birds
Polish wooden toys together


elizabeth said...

I do love your lists... sending love to you!

Maria said...

The imaginative play component is so important. One of my daughters had a church friend over to play yesterday. This girl's father is a computer nut, and she spends a lot of time learning and playing on the computer. When it came to games of imagination yesterday, she was really lost, and it was so sad to see.

Mari K. said...

I love your including AA Milne's birthday!

melissa said...

i am somewhat new to your blog and love it!!

question, how did you compile your lists? it seems a rather daunting task! just curious if you followed some sort of guideline. any tips would be very much appreciated!

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