Josh has been doing online classes ever since the first week of school. Basically grade 2 started with online EBS classes and going to school once a week. Josh has been doing it since March. Andrea and Tyler both started their Montessori at home when the Government of Korea announced Social Distancing 2.5 in August. It hasn’t been easy from the beginning. So many ZOOM classes and so many things
There are so many aspects to the #montessori method that for me, it was hard to even know where to start. I felt overwhelmed with all of the information that was available to me. I knew I wanted to create the environment for my children but always just ended up creating a “study room” or a “studying area” for them. It was never solely for the purpose of “Montessori” activities
Josh loves art&crafts. I think out of all of the things we do together at home, he likes this time the most. We try and Google or search different things to do together and we try and look for things all three kids can do. Something that’s not too difficult or something too complex. Josh really wanted to make these paper toys because he had seen them on TV once.
I think this was the day it rained lots. Just while there was a break between rain pouring from the sky, I took these pictures.
T-shirt: Little Rabbit / Pants: 로로샤 슬랍 10부 It was their first ever funeral. I wanted to make sure we were all dressed in black for Grandma.
Due to COVID19 and the situation here in Seoul, Josh has been going to school once a week. I didn’t know exactly what he was going to do at school for the 2.8 hours he was at the school but I thought it would be a good thing for him so I encouraged him to have fun. Then, later on, I found out that on the day the kids go
Due to the COVID-19 virus, our family has just been home. I cannot remember the last time I went to a shopping mall with the kids or even the last time we ate out with them. Kaden and I wanted the kids to be free from wearing masks for a bit and decided to pack up and take a long drive somewhere. We didn’t have a set destination when we
I bought a Gingerbread town set from Market Kurly last week and Josh really wanted to get his hands on it and start making it on Saturday. So, we did!
It’s never easy letting go. I always had trouble doing it. I still do. I had trouble leaving them behind in Canada when I came to Korea. Now, they are leaving me in Korea and going back home. My parents came to Korea on a mission. They originally planned one year but ended up staying for more than 2 years. It’s weird how God can lead to a place and