Monday, August 8, 2011

Back in the swing of things

We are back home, safe, sound, and sane.  I spent last week at my sisters house helping her daycare kids and their parents out.  My sister decided to return to the workforce and her new job required that she start sooner than a two weeks notice would allow so I packed up my 3 kids and myself and went to her house to finish out the two week notice for her.  Sounds like fun right?  How about when I tell you there were 11 kids (6 of which were my kids and hers).  And, I am very happy to report there was no hair pulling (mine or theirs).  It really was a fun week, I got to spend some time with my nephews and niece. 
I returned home to find out that my middle daughter whose cheerleading starts tonight has no coach and, because of their desperate state, I am going to be their coach.  For those of you that know me you know I am the exact opposite of a cheerleader.  This is going to be an interesting season.  I hope the girls are able to learn the cheers and it doesn't turn out to be a huge flop...hoping for some direction of some sort because I have none...none at all! 


Mr. Rhythm said...

Hi amy,
let me start off by saying that you will make a great cheerleader coach!. I came across your blog off of a comment on another homeschooling resource site. I'm from Mr. Rhythm Musical Journeys, and I thought that you might be interested in checking out our activities. I am now following you from the Mr. Rhythm blog site. Visit us for more product information and videos, and if you have time/or like us, don't forget to follow!. Thanks so much.

Emily said...

Hi Amy! Thanks for stopping by my blog! I LOVE SWR. Sometimes I use helps from a couple other blogs for ideas and my favorite one so far is:

I printed the phonogram ones on cardstock and made my own tiles. The kids love using them, too! She has a few other good printables as well!

I have another neat page downloaded, but I can't remember where I found it! When/If I remember, I'll post it somewhere on your blog for you. I love the internet for all the helps and encouragement from other homeschooling moms.

Have a great day!

Phyllis at All Things Beautiful said...

I think you will be fine as a cheerleading coach. Your heart is in it.
BTW...Are you still interested in sending us a Virgina postcard for our geography album?

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