Wow I can’t believe it’s 2009 already, but then I say that about every year! So it’s here and I am trying to decide what exactly do I want to try and accomplish in 2009 when it comes to schooling my children. Another to do list to add to the others. So here is 9 things I want to accomplish in in 2009 according to school.
- Get more organized/focus on one curriculum
- Have a set routine/schedule and stick to it no matter what life throws my way
- Redecorate our classroom
- Complete our chosen curriculum
- Get more activities for my toddlers
- Make t-shirts for our homeschool field trips
- Create an art program for our school
- Toddlers learn colors
- Number one Jayden starts to read!
Not a very long list but I figure 2009 nine things should be good and I am more likely to complete this list in 2009! I am excited to what this year will bring in my life and pray that it will be joy, peace, and happiness!
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My name is Tanyell! I am a Masters Level Marriage and Family Therapist and Life Coach, however I am a writer and photographer at heart! My mission is to help people move beyond the walls in their life, start living outside of the box, and live a nontraditional life in order to reach their full potential and desires! Society has a way of wanting to put us all in these package little boxes and say that this is the only way to achieve happiness and success. We then find ourselves trapped in these boxes with the walls collapsing in on us, I am here to help you break free and get back to your happy!!
I am a married to the love of my life, Lani, and together we have 6 awesome, unique, and nontraditional children along with one baby angel! I am an advocate for homeschooling, homebirths, natural births, breastfeeding, co-sleeping, cloth diapering, attachment relationships, attachment parenting, nontraditional living, and keeping your marriage spicy while maintaining your identity as a woman!
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2 thoughts on “Welcome 2009!”
I pray that you get all accomplished. Happy New Year!
I think that I need to make shirts for our school too! Great ideas.