After church this weekend, we went to feed the ducks at the park.
Megan found a spider's web and was so excited to share her discovery with Joshua.
Then we drove over to OJA, the other school in our area associated with our church. Their open house was cowboy style and really cute. I guess I misunderstood the term "open house" and was thinking it was just a stop in and look around kind of deal. Instead it actually started at 1pm and was a pretty structured program. I didn't really want to spend the afternoon at the school because I still needed to get to the grocery store and because we are still 99% certain we are returning to homeschooling next year (but we are still weighing all of our options). So we met a few nice teachers and enjoyed the visit to the classrooms (which are easily two times bigger than the kids' current classrooms and filled with wonderfully age-appropriate toys and books, not to mention the play area that was segregated for big kids/little kids and NO SAND! - The sand at FLEC is the bane of my existence.) Overall, the school was fantastic. But again, we're fairly certain we are homeschooling again next year. I just wanted to check out all of our options, in the event that something unforseen happens and we are unable to homeschool. I'm not all together unhappy with the school the kids are in now. Keith and I both strongly feel the urge to bring the kids back home for at least a year and then perhaps we can take another look at returning to FLEC (or OJA).