More links to cardboard creations we’ve made:
- Cardboard Train
- Cardboard Kitchen
- Cardboard Halloween Costume FAIL
- Cardboard Creation: Little Bears’ Home
Hey blog! It has been way too long, and while I wanted to do a #SilentSunday post (yesterday), but this blog has been #SilentMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday for so long that I felt compelled to write something.
Right now I am in summer logistics mode, trying to plan out what will keep my lovely two children occupied, entertained, and learning a bit while school’s out. An added bonus – these activities help keep me sane, giving me time to tackle my to-do list and hopefully work a few hours for my freelancing gig. These are all good things.
The downside of all these activities is the running around and kid shuttling. I think I need a taxi driver hat!
As I look at our proposed schedule, I know it’s my own doing. We want our kids active instead of hanging out at home and peppering me with,”Mom, I’m bored.” I try to keep it reasonable with open days and times for impromptu fun, so there’s a balance. Conflicts do come up, so we’ll have to pick and choose what we end up doing at certain times. Perfect attendance is over-rated, right?
Last night I successfully registered my five and seven year old for a round of activities – awesome offerings through summer school, sports held at the same time, and a class each at our local zoo on the same day. Today I added in swimming lessons too. Next on the list: vacation bible school, and then I think we’re all set. Now I just need the weather to cooperate, so we can enjoy t-ball and softball games in the upcoming weeks! Too bad moms can’t control Mother Nature herself!
I’m really looking forward to summer and time will tell how well I planned it all out for my family!
What is your favorite advice to get through summer logistics planning for your kids and family? Please share with a comment!