I hope everyone had a wonderful Easter. I spent time with my family and have been insanely busy and am currently trying to adjust my schedule at home and work.

I currently work 3 days a week for 4 hours at a time, while I home school my son for a good portion of the day, all while taking care of my toddler daughter, taking care of the dog and cat and playing house wife (cleaning and cooking). I have actually told my boss I will be cutting my hours back again, and of course as soon as I told her that, with in a few days, my replacement mentions to me that she might quit…great.

I used to work full time, before I started home schooling and it was very busy and I was too stressed. I admit I am a lot less stressed but my world is still really messed up because I don’t really have a clear schedule. I want more time with my children and less at work, so I can not wait until next month when I am only going to work 4 hours a week. Though that new girl who took my old job, possibly quitting, stresses my whole situation out. It really bugs me that I spent 5 months training her for this.

Anyways Easter was great! We did have a funeral this weekend for my husband’s grandmother, and it went well.

There was a funeral for a fire fighter next to my GIL’s as well – they had the black fire truck there and the flag hung for the fire fighter, it was beautiful.

As you can see, Easter was very cute and fun. We spent time at my BIL’s house and later we went to my husband’s cousin’s house as well, so we weren’t home most of the day. The Easter bunny brought Lillian some chocolate she could eat, baby clothes, chalk and a few books! My son got the Percy Jackson book series, bubbles and candy. My kids like books.

We have been home schooling for over a week now and we have hit rough spots here and there, mostly on topics my son has no clue how to do. He went to a very crappy public school and I am finding out that he is horrible at certain things because they just never learned them, but I know its something he SHOULD know. So we are playing catch up before he goes to his father’s in June. Because I am pretty sure his father will spend zero time with him on school work.

It’s frustrating.

Ugh anyways today’s post will have to be cut short, I have a crying baby and a son who can’t do division properly. So I am off to teach what the public school apparently didn’t care to teach my son.

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