September 14, 2010

Inching Ahead...


In these crazy days of busy lists, there's always this - the sleepy baby inchworm making us marvel and treasure naptime. Naptime is golden. It is our 'sweet spot' of the day... when all of us can focus entirely on the 'most important thing' of the moment.

Today it is just as busy as ever... and yesterday was 'too much computer' day (I worked hard all day on graphics, page updates, PR, and posts for the 2010 Homeschool Blog Awards instead of focusing on homeschool - so I'm having to make it up today in a huge way!).

By the way, the winner of the movie was Gwen. I already contacted her. Sorry I didn't have a post up about it sooner. The number was comment #13.

I've got some fun reviews and more give-aways coming up later this week... and hopefully a few more installments on the series posts I'm working on. But first we must focus on Academics before we post about it... and that's what I'm up to today.

Join Me at The Homeschool Post!

Stop over at the Homeschool Post today and bookmark the 2010 Awards Page before you go! That's one post you'll want to keep handy for a while.


Anonymous said...

That picture is so precious, it hurts! Good luck on playing "catch-up". :) ~K

Anonymous said...

He's so sweet.

Melissa N. said...

OMGosh, that picture melts my heart! Thanks so much for sharing it with us!

Jessica said...

That sleeping position is one adults should start practicing. At our age we feel silly sleeping like that but if you try it it is sooooo comfortable!!

Just do it when you're home alone.



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