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Saturday, November 7, 2009

A Family of Bloggers

Introducing the next generation in blogging!

Shortly after I started blogging this year Emma started a blog. I should say her stuffed bunny Alice started one.

Charlie really wanted to start a blog. But at the time he was hardly even reading. He has been doing such a good job reading lately, He and I decided to start a blog. Starting this week on Friday's the kids are going to spend an hour or so updating their blogs.

Charlie's blog is called Homeschool Jedi Apprentice and Emma's is called Alice Bunny's Blog. Now I just need to convince Lucy she does not need one for a while.

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  1. Haha! My girls are writing books apparently. Ashlie is reading/writing at a 7th grade level even though she's only in 3rd grade and Jessica is trying her best. She's getting more and more words down but she's a math girl more than a word girl. Her "book" that she's writing is more consistent of numbers than actual words. :)

  2. Watch the young bloggers.
    They may have something to write
    that you need to read.

    My Six Words

  3. Train up those blogging grasshoppers! What a great dad you are, Dave!

    Greetings from Casa Hice in Jacksonville, Florida! Followed you over from Cate’s blog to read your Six Word Saturday and am smitten! Love your blog!

    Subscribing to follow you immediately!

    Please stop by Casa Hice for a visit when you have time. Would love to get better acquainted!

  4. That's great a "blogging family"

    Stopping from Cate's blog.

  5. how cute that your children will "catch" the blogging experience!! neat you are participating with them and helping them along with it. as you know, make sure they keep it very general and don't put any identifying things on it with locations, activities, etc. Never know who is reading these things sometimes

    just stopped by via Cate over at Show My Face and 6-word Saturday


  6. What a wonderful idea! I may need to use that for my youngest. My son has one, but he themed it on the Pirates of the Caribbean game, so he doesn't write on it as much as when he was playing the game.

    Peace and Laughter,

  7. A girl makes the visits late and you change the header image on her. SHOCKING!!! Welcome, Charlie, to the addictive world of blogging. Hope it is kind to you!

    Thanks for playing 6WS, even if I am a slowpoke this week.


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