|huge line at the DMV -_-|
I signed up for a daily kickboxing group class which starts tomorrow, and I am totally ready to add this consistent fitness into my routine. I LOVE workout classes - the loud music, upbeat teacher telling me exactly what to do, and people all around me doing it is a combo that really gets me pumped. I have known for a long time that I am not disciplined enough to get in shape by my own efforts, so I'm really excited to have found a group workout setting so close to my house! Austin is the best - he's been so supportive and excited for me and awesome.
|MJ's double stroller was a lifesaver when I didn't|
have a babysitter for Jack and he came with us to speech
on the third floor.
Aren't they cute with their post-appt snacks?
We're still working on our plan of attack for Stockton - I've contacted three or four service providers to get on their wait lists and see if they would be a good fit for us, as well as ongoing updates/wait lists with Munroe Meyer. We have private speech appointments weekly in Lincoln, in-home speech every other week, and a parent training/speech therapy session with Leslie at MM every week. I have "homework" and a book to go over as much as I can from our appointments with Leslie, and there is still so much more we can look into and do ourselves at home; I feel like we've barely scratched the surface. But I'm still going about this calmly and unhurriedly - I don't want to get completely caught up before I have a handle on what exactly we are ready for treatment-wise and how we want to go about it. Stockton is doing really well - he doesn't seem bothered by all this hullabaloo, and other than Jack screaming at the babysitter for 20 minutes I think the other kids are doing fine too.
I try to do some sort of Relief Society project, task, service, WORK each day.
I try to remember to bathe the children.
|We color with intensity.|
I teach a piano lesson on Wednesdays.
We have dinner with the Poulsens on Sundays.
Austin plays basketball on Thursday nights and works hard at his job every day, without complaint.
We try to see our friends often enough.
|we make time to try new recipes on the|
weekends, like eggs benedict (delish!)
The dishes often go un-done.
We do it all together. I'm so grateful for my wonderful silly easy husband. He's the best. The daily ins and outs of life may change, but it will always be daily and it will always be fun with him around.