I mentioned last week that my schedule had changed when Feisty began preschool. So here is what my week looks like now -
Monday and Tuesday: Drive to the gym around 7:15; push the stroller and meet Kristen at preschool at 8:30; push the twins back to the car and take them home with me.
Monday and Tuesday: pick up Feisty from preschool at 11:30, keeping the 3 girls until 12:30, when Kristen comes to get them.
Wednesday: Go to the gym (or not) really early; drive to Kristen's house, pick up Feisty and the twins, drive Feisty to school so Kristen can help in Care Bear's classroom with the kids' reading. Take the twins home with me. Pick Feisty up at 11:30; take all 3 home for another hour, or take them home around noon.
Thursday: Kristen has Bible Study, so she takes Feisty to school and the twins to the church nursery. I have my morning to go to the gym and do anything else I want to do. She picks up Feisty at 11:30 and brings all 3 to me, picking them up after Care Bear gets out of school at 3:20.
Friday: Feisty doesn't have school, so I go to the gym (or not) and pick them up at 10:30 for 11:00 story time at the library. They go home around 1:30 or 2:00.
I have them so much so that Kristen can "attend" her on-line courses and study - her last post tells about the horrendous assignment she finished this week - I had them more this week than usual to accommodate this unbelievable project's completion. (BTW - she has a perfect record of A grades on every assignment and test so far - YAY!)
Whew. I have to think about it every day to be sure we're at the right place at the right time!
The funny part - I opened the fruit drawer in the fridge and found the fruit sharing space with the onions! There were too many for the vegetable drawer. I quickly removed them, explaining to DC that I didn't think we really wanted onion-flavored apples, grapes, or cantaloupe!
Care Bear and Feisty are keeping busy with swimming lessons and soccer. Feisty is quite the little kicker and wants to be a goalie. Right now they're learning the game. She's the one on the right in purple.
Good save, Feisty!
Care Bear was practicing gymnastics instead of watching her sister - facial gymnastics, too!
Feisty is quite the photographer, too. Here are some of her better shots.
Her hand --
Her feet --
A couple of weeks ago I won Barb's giveaway of one of her books. I really enjoyed this book and would love to pass it on. Just indicate your desire to have the book and I'll draw the winner next Thursday, October 9. It's a very good read.
Have a great week-end!