I didn't really do much today, but I feel like I've been run over by a truck! Life is busy. I keep hearing from friends it's just going to get busier as the kids get older...I can't imagine.
Got up at 6:30 (not too bad- I actually slept in)
Made breakfast for kids (didn't have a chance to pre-make anything last night, so it was leftover hard boiled eggs from Easter and peanut butter toast...at least they had plenty of protein)
Got kids ready for school, yelled at a few people because they weren't moving fast enough and didn't have their stuff ready to go (bad mom- repent- I'm working on it!)
Cleaned up bathrooms
Loaded/Started dishwasher (what did I do w/out it all those years?)
Dropped some kids off at school
Went to Y, did some weights and ran 5k
Brought Christian to school for his "official" Kindergarten testing
Waited 1 hour for test to be completed while listening to K-4 principal talk about Kingsway's mission statement, rules, etc...meanwhile trying to entertain a 2 year old.
Went to Walmart and bought a few groceries
Made little boys lunch, put groceries away
Put Laundry away
Picked up kids
Helped kids w/homework
Quickly finished the dinner I started earlier
Sent Elijah off to his Baseball game w/Josh (thankfully Josh is home every night now! Don't know what I'd do if he were still travelling through the week!)
Cleaned up dinner
Made lunches for tomorrow
Made breakfast for tomorrow (bonus)
Played outside with kids
Gave baths, brushed people's teeth
Colored and drew pictures
Had stories read to me (so nice)
I guess I should be tired. Now Josh is making me watch "BEAR GRYLLS" (thanks Netflix) it's a show about a British guy who can survive in the wild...I should be in bed instead. This is ridiculous, but at least it's mostly harmless. Except for the fact that he eats bird droppings and fish eyes. Gross.
Kids doing homework. They really learn a lot in school! They never have a ton of homework- I think the teachers assign just enough to keep parents involved.
Elijah looking good in his baseball uniform. He's doing a great job, I'm very proud of him.