It has taken 3 weeks and I think we are finally falling into our new routine. I don’t need to consult the weekly calendar as often to remember what days are swimming lesson days and what days are library days. I know the average time it takes to walk to the school with or without a stroller full of bikes, scooters, helmets and Elise.
Life is good. Life is busy. Life is crazy.
As September turns into October things will get even busier. October is Patrick’s birthday Month. October is Halloween. October usually means dragging out coats, hats and mittens. School is in full swing and the grace period is over and homework is starting to be sent home. Michael has already had a spelling test. He got 15 out 16 right! He reversed the letter ‘c’ in one of his words and it was counted wrong. I would have gave it to him but I am a mom not a teacher. This is one of many reasons of why I would be horrible at homeschooling.
I am ready for the change of seasons, the colder weather and the planning of costumes. I am almost ready to tackle the planning of another birthday party. The theme of Patrick’s party changes daily because Patrick changes his mind daily. Same goes for his idea about what he wants to be for Halloween.
Really the only things I can count on right now is that Elise will be a princess ballerina for Halloween, that it is time make the kids try on coats and boots to see what still fits from last year and the weekly calendar hanging on the fridge.
Crazy. Busy. Good.