Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Lately

So I haven't blogged in about 2 months, I think.  I keep starting posts but just never get around to finishing them.  Our schedule has been crazy lately.  Soccer just ended, so it has calmed down a bit, but here's what a typical week looked like after school:

Monday - homework, early dinner, then soccer practice.  Finish homework if not already done, read, baths, etc.

Tuesday - homework, dinner, then Paul drops Olivia at gymnastics and gets back just in time for Kayley's piano lesson (her teacher comes to our house.  How cool is that??!).  Meanwhile, I get home, eat, and then pick Olivia up.  Read and bedtime.

Wednesday - homework, then violin for Olivia.  Kayley goes along and just plays on the iPad or whatever.  Paul takes them to Subway or somewhere for dinner.  Meanwhile, I get home and eat my own dinner.  Then the normal homework/read/baths whatever while I clean up, make lunches, fold laundry, etc. (that part is every night, or course, not just Wednesday!).  Oh, and once a month on Wednesdays they also have Girl Scouts.

Thursday - usually nothing, but for a few weeks there Kayley had a dentist appointment every Thursday and once on a Friday, due to a bike accident she had back in August (can't remember if I ever blogged about that).

Friday - nothing other than the occasional event at school or whatever.

And then we've had soccer games every Saturday morning for the last 8 or 10 weeks, mostly at 9:00 AM and a few were 45 minutes away which meant we had to leave at 8:00, because they had to be there at 8:45.  They had their last game last Saturday, so I will be glad to have my Saturday mornings back!


Coach Matt and the Fireballs.  Olivia middle row, far right and Kayley bottom row, far right



For Halloween Kayley was Darth Vader and Olivia was a Zombie Cheerleader.



Kayley wouldn't let me get a picture but her friend's mom got one of the whole group so I stole it from her Facebook page.

Kayley as DV, 2nd from left and Olivia in the middle


We did our usual thing where Paul takes them around our loop while I stay home and hand out candy, then we leave the bowl of candy on the porch and trick-or-treat our way down to our friends' house and have a little party.  It was a little less of one this year since it was a Monday, but still fun.

And now it's almost Thanksgiving!








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