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HP Bulletin # 346

The past few weeks have been eventful. Rather, they have been uneventful, save for one eventful event, which rendered the rest of the time unable to support any other events of significance. Did that befuddle you? No worries, I’m as fuddled as can be too. The Amazing Aling Lourdes, or AL for short, our mistress […]

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Review: Home School in the Woods Time Travelers American Early 19th Century

Ever since we did the review on Home School in the Woods Passport Project Middle Ages (which I did mostly with Breeze, since we’re going through World History), Raine has been begging me to get her something for her own American History studies. We were thrilled when we got the opportunity to review Time Traveler […]

The HPs’ Weekly Math Thing #2

I call Breeze my little tourbillon–she’s always a whirlwind of energy zipping all around at full volume. One thing she does every single day, several times a day, is run from their room to our room, leaping over any obstacles, be it a couch, her sister’s wooden train setup, or the cat. Her finale is a […]

Review: Homeschool Planet

I am a planner junkie. I have at any given moment at least two paper planners and a couple of apps that I use sporadically. However, I can never seem to get into the system of actually using my planners for long term, and after a couple of weeks, my planners are a ghost town […]

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HP Bulletin # 346

The past few weeks have been eventful. Rather, they have been uneventful, save for one eventful event, which rendered the rest of the time unable to support any other events of significance. Did that befuddle you? No worries, I’m as fuddled as can be too. The Amazing Aling Lourdes, or AL for short, our mistress […]

A Tribute to My Mom Who Rocks (and a Mother’s Day Giveaway!)

Note: There really is a giveaway! Scroll down if you want to skip to that! I remember going with my mom to her aerobics class. She’d be in her neon spandex leotards and tights, with matching legwarmers, in a roomful of women in similar outfits, and I would try to stay on the periphery of […]

DIY Japanese-Themed Party

I grew up with birthdays celebrated with joie de vivre, handmade invitations, and homecooked food. And these parties always had a theme. My aunts and uncles all pitched in to make the invitations and décor, and games and entertainment. As an adult, I loved themed get-togethers, even if it was just friends coming over. We’d […]