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Little House in the Big Woods Recap: Table of Contents

Maggie Mae


These are the links to each individual blog post for my read of:

Little House in the Big Woods
By Laura Ingalls Wilder 


  1. Little House in the Big Woods
  2. Winter Days and Winter Nights & The Story of Grandpa & the Panther
  3. The Long Rifle
  4. Christmas
  5. Sundays
  6. Two Big Bears
  7. The Sugar Snow
  8. Dance at Grandpa's
  9. Going to Town
  10. Summertime
  11. Harvest
  12. The Wonderful Machine
  13. The Deer in the Wood


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    • feministxtian


      On the teacher meet & greet days, I used to introduce myself to the teachers and apologize in advance for them having to attempt to educate my kids and keep them from killing themselves. Yes, I liked when they were someone else's problem for 6-7 hours a day. What I DID NOT LIKE was the teachers telling me to "instill the importance of education" in my children. There's a helluva lot more to education than sitting in a classroom. If the teachers could not entice my children in the classroom, that was totally not my problem. I had many go-rounds with teachers and administrators over this. Kids would ace the standardized tests but be flunking the classroom. 

      I have friends who are teachers and my MIL is a retired teacher...most of them are looking for a way out of education. My SIL is finishing a Master's in something so he can also avoid attempting to teach algebra to a bunch of kids who don't give a shit. 

      In my youngest's high school, I doubt there was any serious learning going on, it was more like being a zookeeper and practicing crowd control. He dropped out 1/2 way through 10th grade. None of them graduated from HS, yet they've all excelled in college. 

    • Mama Mia


      9 hours ago, purple_summer said:

      It’s true that public school doesn’t automatically mean the kids will pick up any liberal beliefs, but they should learn how to write a proper sentence and interact with people outside of their family circle. That’s a big deal for a kid who would otherwise only interact with cousins and likeminded family friends. This is still Arkansas, the teachers and other students/families likely still lean conservative but they’ll at least know that their family isn’t the end all be all. 

      Exactly. It’s also why Jinger and Jeremy , other than sheer pretentiousness, are more likely to send their children to a fancy private Christian school. 
      The curriculum in Arkansas Schools, reflects the communities, which clearly are on the conservative side. California school curriculum is not that.

      Israel will hopefully receive a great education and make lots of friends and expand his world view. They seem like a family who will really benefit from the increased opportunities. They look so happy and proud in the video! 

    • 47of74


      Yeah don't stick frozen taters up there


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      Now, it has emerged that an altogether unusual solution is being touted online: that inserting frozen potatoes into your anus for 30 minutes is the answer.

      Per the Metro, Dr. Diana Gall, of leading online medical service Doctor-4-U, said: "Piles can be an irritating condition and sufferers are sometimes too embarrassed to seek professional helping, turning to old wives' tales instead."

      The doctor continued: "There is no medical evidence that putting frozen potatoes inside the anus can help cure piles, so I would urge caution to anyone thinking of doing it.


    • DarkAnts


      Kimmie was the worst. She would not let the girls talk to each other unless she was present. Sissy was clearly more fictional than  Kimmie wanted her readers to believe. She had contacted family and friends on Facebook, she had found ways to get around the alarms Kimmie set up. I hope all of the girls are free from Kimmie. She was not fit to be their parent. 

    • HereComesTreble


      16 hours ago, louisa05 said:

      They are doing so much more than “watching” your kids. 

      I swear to God, parents should all have to sub in a primary room for a day so they would consider us more than babysitters.  🙄

      Did my post say anything about considering teachers babysitters?    No.  Reading comprehension, much?  

      Nothing about what I said means that I don’t adore and respect my kids’ teachers and school staff.

      I also treasure my small amount of chill time my kids while they are at school, before I get to work.  

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