First full week of school, last weekend of the summer. The transition is going as well as I can expect, which is to say the kids are taking turns being COMPLETLY exhausted and having breakdowns. And Linc thinks he’s suddenly grown.
PUMPKIN SPICE ATTACK
Babywearing runs in the family
Big kid doing big kid stuff
Driving the playscape
Don’t look so judgy baby, it’s just a liquor store run.
Apparently he’s allergic to…something? I think it’s the baby wipes.
School is EXHAUSTING
I tried wearing lipstick. Linc thinks it’s a mistake. I think I agree.
OMG GUISE THIS BRIDGE THING BOUNCES
I joked that he was going to sleep in her bed and she was not amused
Jogging! For like, 4 seconds. But I want credit.
Connecticut ends here
I’M TRAPPED IN A GLASS CASE OF EMOTION
His new favorite spot
Niantic is adorable
The kids were super excited about the babywearing in this book.
Apparently no one else wanted to spend a gorgeous Saturday at the lake. Idiots.
I brought all the car wraps in to wash them. Such a pretty pile.
So I guess he’s just big now.
We have one last #lakelife day tomorrow as long as Evan doesn’t sleep the entire day. Or I do. 8 hours of sleep would be a dream come true and because Linc didn’t get ANY nap today I have my fingers crossed he’ll let me sleep in. Our fall activity schedule starts this week and then goes into full crazy mode next week so I need as much rest as I can get. I’m already reminding myself that I did this to myself and it won’t last forever. I suspect in the spring we’ll sign up for exactly zero things to recover.
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