Yesterday we got a notice about 'fun themes' for the last 26 days of school 😣 and it reminded me of this:
Breakfast, school, work, homework, dinner, baseball, bed.
Lather, rinse, repeat.
(That last part refers to the repetitive process, not showering. Showering is not guaranteed daily ;) )
I sent my kid to PREP dressed up like a saint...a week too early. Better than a week too late I guess.
There was a little girl dressed up too. Apparently her mom can't accurately record things on a calendar either.
Cute idea! If not for every week, it'd be great for a quick stay-cation, or just for general inspiration.
I love this. What an honest look at scheduling your baby. "[I] don’t really have a reason to force her to do anything."
I love schedules. My boys do well on schedules. They can simplify you life...or, they can complicate it. When it's not working, it can feel like failure. But maybe your baby wants a schedule, but just not the one you're trying to force!
Busy week, ending in FUN! My every move will be planned out for the next 5 days! Do you work better with a schedule, or do you get too hung up in it?
Picking camp sessions for my boys~ Trying to balance free time for them with structured activities, while not going broke... Do your kids go to camp? Do you have summer schedules?
With a love of children and a passion for reading and writing, Kelly decided to share her experiences with others through the pages of the Crib Notes book and site.
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