Seriously! How does so much time go by that I'm too busy to be able to post to my blog but I still look back and wonder what we were so busy doing? Is that one of the great wonders of the world? Well, it should be!
Anyway, what we've been up to......
I took Abigail to do this:
That's a second piercing. She's been asking for some time now and since she hadn't changed her mind I decided to go ahead and let her do it. I guess if she changes her mind later she can always let them grow closed. But for now she still comes and shows them to me everyday and tells me how cute her ears are.
Dax took Kirsten to play tennis on Saturday and Sunday last week. They were both pretty sore by Monday, but they really enjoyed the time spent together.
All of the kids are at a dance tonight. It still feels a little weird when they're all out of the house and not gone to visit their grandparents. They keep growing up and I'm just not liking it at all!!
Kirsten and Abigail are still enjoying tutoring their 'buddies' at the kindergarten. It's great to see how excited they get about it. Of course the other two hate it because they have to be at school so early on those mornings. I'm telling them that it builds character. LOL
This week the kids got the information that they need for filling out their schedules for next year. OMG!!! Who knew something so simple could be so hard. I mean, it's not like we live in some giant school district but these schedules are like choosing classes in college. In addition to four (yes four!) different curriculums to choose between, they also want the kids to fill in their schedules for all four years of high school!! Now, they aren't tied into those other three years, the school just wants them to try to see where they'd like to go with their education and start to develop a plan. But when you take kids that last year got to pick two electives from a grand total of four available, jumping into planning four years worth of school with a whole host of available electives is more than a little overwhelming. And not just for the kids. Dax and I are getting headaches trying to help them through the process. They have orientation next week so maybe that will help a little. *fingers crossed*