Summer is here and already my head hurts. I love not having to deal with lunches or homework or waking up at the crack of dawn. I love the ease of everyone waking up and not running around like chickens with their heads cut off. What I don’t love is the endless: “What are we doing?” “Where are we going?” “Who can I call?” “Can you drive me?” “Can I have some money?” It is day 3 and I am already exhausted. I have got to get on some sort of schedule before the summer escapes me. So that your head hurts too, I’ll share with you my kids’ schedule for the summer:
Because Nico is going to be a freshman, he has to go to these camps if he wants to play in high school:
Tommy, not wanting to be outdone by Nico:
Football doesn’t start until July.
Not sure what other dance/cheer camp or tumbling one she wants to do but didn’t do the flex pass because it was a waste of money for us last year.
Before you tell me my kids are over-scheduled, I know. It is what it is. I could have put my foot down but the ship has sailed at this point. Maybe Gia will have a normal childhood (what is normal anyway?).
The biggest reason why I might not be posting for a little bit, besides the chaos I just described, is that I made the switch to Word Press and am still trying to figure things out. I thought I was becoming smarter when it came to computer use but I think I might actually be becoming dumber. Bear with me while I get used to this and not that I am desperate for comments but if you could comment to let me know that it is working and is easier to comment, that would be very helpful. I’ve talked about how much I hate change and this is no different. I know in the end it will benefit me greatly but right now, I am trying not to freak out.
So someone tell me that there kids are over-scheduled, too so I don’t feel so bad or tell me about a change that was good for you but was stressful while in the middle of it.