This week was spring break. We didn’t go anywhere in the stay-over-night-on-vacation sense, but we did go do a lot of things. Especially Caroline and I – we are cut from the same cloth that refuses to just sit on the couch on a sunny day. We need to go “do fun things”.
Can’t stop won’t stop visiting the goats (except probably now, since all the baby goats are getting big)
Treat yo’ self
Not a real cow
So excited about the zoo he fell asleep
Art in motion
Band-aids are really exciting
This is not a good wrap job but the wrap is so pretty I don’t care
If you give a baby a flashlight, he will think that is the best thing ever
During the treasure hunt, a pirate asked them to sing a pirate song, so they both sang “Yo ho ho and a bottle of rum!”
That hat though
Seriously. The hat.
I thought a nice long walk would be fun. They disagreed.
Caroline arranged her own storytime at the library, despite the fact that a) she can’t read and b) she doesn’t know that girl
Don’t let the cute messy face distract you from the path of destruction behind him
Maybe I should try to teach her to read
That’s his concentrating face
She is very disappointed that no REAL birds will get to enjoy the houses she decorated for them
Wearing his new hat while we enjoy dinner on a deck
These kids, you guys
I am BEAT and I feel about a million years old. I wish I could sleep for 24 hours straight. I feel like I’m right on the edge of getting sick and I do not have TIME to be sick. The kids are supposed to start soccer this week but somehow soccer (which is supposed to be Monday/Wednesday) is now on Thursday during the same time as swim. Obviously they can’t be swimming WHILE playing soccer so I’m going to have to get swim moved (there are other swim classes, there’s just one soccer team). But this swim session is really full and it’s going to be SUCH a pain to work out. I’m dreading making that phone call but both soccer and swim cost too much money to just skip. Stupid sports.
The weather is finally warm enough that I’m confident it’s time to switch out everyone’s wardrobes, but that means it’s time to sort out the donate/consign/pass on piles. Just ONE kid’s clothes could keep me busy for a week – and I have 3 kids with way too much stuff. I suspect absolutely nothing from last year will fit anyone (especially Linc, since he didn’t exist this time last year) so I will be forced to buy EVEN MORE stuff. Stupid stuff.
Thank God spring break is over. I’ve become just a whiny as my children.