Another week is coming to a close and I am forever asking myself where the time goes. This week we finally have begun to see the beginnings of spring around here and on a farm, that always means adventure. Cedar has been enjoying time outside and not walking independently is not stopping him from getting into mischief and checking out everything there is to see outside.
On the homeschool front we have been attending a homeschool co-op for a few hours a week in a neighboring rural town. We discovered a wonderful little Mennonite Market that we have been frequenting and it is all the sweeter because we learned that the owner’s son who works at the store has an awful lot in common with our Cedar, this made my heart swell. I had a chance to talk to this young man’s parents and though we are culturally from very different backgrounds that extra chromosome forever binds strangers together in such a beautiful way. I now look forward to visiting this market every week.
Therapy went well this week too, Cedar practiced some more with his walker and we hope to continue seeing him progress in standing
Finally we rounded out the week with a haircut, Cedar was fond of his shaggy locks but mama said it was time for a trim.
So until next week, catch up with us on Instagram (we share daily snippets of our life there on our 24 hour story) and on our Facebook page.