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Down on the Farm

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I thought I’d do a little update about what’s been going on down here on the farm!  It’s been busy, busy and spring is maybe finally in the air??

Our Charolais heifer herd starting calving a couple weeks ago!  Woo-hoo!  We were nervous about this, but so far, so good.  All calves look good and healthy and the mamas seem to be taking to their job.  Watching new calves is one of the best things ever 🙂

down on the farm
These babies are a cross between the white charolais and a red hereford bull. We ended up with little blond/strawberry calves. SO CUTE!!

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Homeschooling with Dyslexia

homeschooling with dyslexia

Do you think your child has dyslexia?  How do you know?  And what do you do about?  Can you “cure” it with homeschooling?

Those were all questions that I had about 5 years ago.

We started homeschooling Elisa during kindergarten and by the time she was in 3rd grade, I was pretty confident I had this homeschool thing down.  She could read well, write well, knew all of her math facts.  She was actually a couple years ahead of her grade level!

So, when it was time for Lindy to start kindergarten that year, I figured it would be a piece of cake.  I knew she was smart and she had always been advanced for her age.  She started walking at 9 months and had a giant vocabulary by 18 months.  I figured she’d be like Elisa and practically teach herself and I would just be along for the ride.

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