There were not enough hours in the weekend and my to do list is still a mile long. I’m trying to concentrate on all the things I did get done, but the “not dones” are overwhelming with Monday morning looming. Sigh, such is often the case. If I employed a full-time maid, she could easily work her whole 8 hours a day in our kitchen and stay more than busy.
I wondered as we prepared to leave for dollar night at the skating rink if I needed my head examined. Between the memory of the drama at our last skating adventure, being out past normal bedtime, and the sheer force of our toddler monster I knew the likelihood of a successful outing was pretty slim. I really hesitated, but I just can’t punish the big kids by curbing our outings when the difficulty is the
What do you do when your child gets her feelings hurt? I just want to fix it; to erase the damage. To take away the whispers of “you’re not good enough,” that swiftly turn into “I’m not good enough.” For one of my kids nothing comes easy. Every accomplishment, every improvement is directly related to perseverance and hard work. Tonight she skated a race against a younger sibling and she lost.
Homeschool Roller Skating- the most eagerly anticipated day of the month! In leu of the usual box of candy and small presents the kids get for Valentine’s day I won them nearly new skates off of Ebay. It took me about 3 weeks to get all the sizes we needed at good prices, but it was quite fun watching and bidding- especially since I love a good deal. We gave them their presents early so we could
Sorry I disappeared (again!) We’ve been busy doing school and having fun. I’m working on the coordinating clothes for the girls’ doll outfits and reading library books. While I love the ability to place books on hold at the library I dislike the new release 2 week time limit and having several holds become available at the same time. I’ve been reading, reading, reading after putting the kids to bed