After the whirlwind weekend comes crazy Monday….
Starting off innocently and with bright hopes for the day with a great boot camp, shower, some quiet time and then off to wake up the littlest (our older girl had a sleepover) and then…..at 7:22 a.m. as I was gently waking her and asking what she wanted for breakfast….I realized….I……was the early person. Yes, the person who “opens up” at 7:30 a.m. Oh. crud. Bless her heart,she opened those eyes and joined “Team Mom” and dressed and got ready in record time as I made lunches and got myself ready. I made it to work @ 8:06 and FORTUNATELY had NO patients waiting…..phew!!!
Nothing like a little adrenaline to start the day.
The evening was apparently a bit of a peek into what the next few months have in store for us with dueling sports/practices/games going on. We’ve done this before and I guess enough time must have passed that I forgot how psycho that time was….kind of like being pregnant/giving birth/babies. So….here we go again. Lord, have mercy on us.
We have a cheerleader for a Pop Warner football league and a soccer player entering the club bracket for the first time. We will have NO. LIFE. for the next four months. So call me. maybe. or text. or email. or Facebook me. or read my blog, it may get interesting as the seasons start (because we’re still in “practice” with no games until September)….on a plus side, I’ll be getting lots of cardio in during the practices, so there’s that.
I thought it went fairly well with Hubby on “deliver-the-girls to practice” duty and me on pick-up. I had son #2 put dinner in the oven and Hubby would be home in time from his swim to dish it out and get the sides ready, except………somehow…..the oven didn’t actually get turned ON. Therefore….pancakes, eggs and hash for dinner. And it was ready. My Hubby rocks. and he makes great pancakes, too! 😉
So…..little speedbumps to smooth out…but that’s what practice runs are for, right? Boys and girls we learned a few good lessons today:
1) Make sure you know WHEN you are supposed to be somewhere.
2) Make lunches the night before. Time saver here.
3) Teach the boy to push the button PROPERLY…
4) Always have pancakes, eggs and hash on hand. oh, and chocolate chips. they go good in pancakes and in a REAL crisis you can just eat them by the handful.
Wow, it sounds busy over there. I have 2 kids only, and only 1 so far is enrolled in anything in the Fall (ballet!) I have to say that while I struggle wanting all the answers to God (ha ha, like that exists) I am grateful that I have a Jesus to learn about and most important, lean on. How does one do it without Him? Either I’m a terribly insecure twit or I just need God to steer the ship. Probably both! Nice blog. Found you through Conversion Diary.
I can’t imagine doing it without Jesus, either! I don’t call it insecurity, but I DO have to get out of my own way often!
I couldn’t imagine having to juggle all of that, so Kudos to you guys! A few bumps are to be expected. If it were me, this would’ve been a huge disaster 😉
plenty of time for forthcoming disasters, I promise!! LOL!
Oh yes. Sounds so very familiar. Especially the oven not getting turned on properly and the pancakes fallback. Thanks for your reply on my Bumperstick Truth post. I’ve used the “zip it” line on my kids too!