It has taken a while to get over the fact that my first born is in first grade. The plan was to homeschool the kids until high school. The past year was a difficult adjustment, but it became part of the daily routine. This school year, he so badly wanted to go school. I felt guilty for isolating him, and Grandma waved a big fat tuition check in our face. So off he went, Mom blubbering all the way! Now he hates it and I hate it! He's coloring squares and having Clifford books read to him! WTH! Over the summer he was doing addition and substraction 1-10, and reading short/long vowel words. *Sigh* So we continue to homeschool after he comes home from regular school. Welcome to motherhood, Guilt, you might as well pull up a chair and stay a while. Lesson learned!His birthday was yesterday...Happy Birthday, Moo! It was just like yesterday when you put your little eye in the door knob hole...my how you've grown!
We took the kids to the "big city" for the long weekend. We walked around aimlessly in the fashion district, while I pointed to all the places I worked. We visited
Ms Diva's baby dedication was this past weekend. There were more people there than our wedding, as my DH pointed out. I told him this was a taste, wait till her wedding! After days of running around getting stuff, mailing stuff, and checking stuff, it went of without a hitch. She was absolutely a peach, until a short outburst after the Amen, then she immediately fell asleep. Just like that.
To keep me sane amidst the frenzy of recent days, I've started a number of projects. Here's a little taste: