from something; such as a mountain.
The very best part of being a parent is getting to experience childhood all over again with your child. You get to play with toys again and be silly. There is always an excuse to have ice cream on a whim and you get to revisit all those wonderful children's books. There is also, unfortunately, homework.
Yeah, you get to revisit that again too and I am very thankful that my son "gets" math cause I certainly don't. English was my subject and that is the subject he doesn't "get" at all. We make a great pair.
He reads beautifully, but seeing words and understanding meanings seems to be eluding him. So when faced with the definitions of words like: trekked, belay and decent, I came up with an idea to let my mice help out a bit. I couldn't think of a better way to explain how to remember the words except to draw how I saw them. It actually turned into a very fun illustration exercise for me and he knows the words and definitions now too.
attach to a safety rope.
rock with a rope for safety.
journey on foot.
by sliding down a rope.