A long time ago, I recorded what a day looked liked and blogged about it.
Now, it is one of my very favorite posts to look back at. I remember those routines, contemplate how they have changed and savor those special moments that seemed so mundane at the time, but were so fleeting.
So, before the end of Jack's first year of school came to an end, I wanted to document it.
Here is our day on June 6th, 2014.
Fridays are favorite days in our household. Friday is Pizza Day at school. Jack stays for recess and pizza lunch with his friends. It is his very favorite day at school, followed closely by Show and Tell on Mondays. This Friday was a bit different, as they were celebrating the summer birthdays, so Jack and another little friend were going to celebrate their birthdays with cupcakes, fruit and a special Birthday interview.
I made the cupcakes late that Thursday night but was going to get up early to frost them.
However, Macy was fussy throughout the night and I overslept my alarm. I woke up 20 minutes before Jack was suppose to leave for school. (My saint of a husband gets up with the boys, gets Jack ready for school and takes him every day. This allows me to get a bit more sleep)
So, first thing first....blue frosting.
Quickly followed by a cup of coffee. Teething, non sleeping babies are no joke.
I was able to get them frosted in time and the handsome kindergartener was on his way!
However, the baby was not happy about all that cupcake frosting. After destroying all her brothers' toys, she was ready to nurse. I was not ready. She doesn't like waiting. Obviously.
BUT, a freshly fed baby is a happy baby. She played with medieval weaponry while her brother played with his legos and his leap pad. I wanted to have a picture of my cute Colin, but he prefers to not wear clothes and I didn't think that the internet needed a pic of Thomas the Train undies.
Baby was ready for her morning nap and I get to sneak in some cuddles, as this is the only time she is still.
Colin and I had some lunch as Macy napped and we got ready to go pick Jack up from school.
The pick up team. I love my mornings with Colin. He talks and talks to me and tells me everything he sees on our way to the school.
Macy is the star at school. The kids love to surround her and talk to her. Somewhere in that swarms of little bodies is Macy in her carseat. The kids are so good with her and love to talk to her every day.
Once we are home, the boys get to watch one episode of Octonauts. Colin is checking the facts with an animal book. It helps Jack unwind from school and than it is off the play for the boys. They usually are pretending they are some sort of marine animal that they see on the show.
While the boys are playing, Macy gets her lunch. Sweet potatoes today, her favorite!
After another round of play time, it is time for Macy's afternoon nap. I may or may not snuggle with her well after she is asleep.
Afternoon quiet time sometimes involves quiet reading in separate rooms, but today the boys begged to make a big bed on the floor and watch a movie. I agreed and the movie of choice was Elf.
While Macy sleeps and the boys' have their quiet time, I work out. One of the many things that I love about Fit2b is that I can work out with my laptop, in the same room with the boys, keeping an eye on everything and still getting in a solid 30-45 minute work out.
Late into the afternoon the baby wakes up, the movie ends and I start to make some dinner. Ryan comes home and we eat. Tonight, we decided to take a walk after dinner. Jack needs to practice riding his bike more, so that he can try to get his training wheels off.
After the walk, it is bed time for the boys. Teeth are brushed, stories are read, prayers are said and it is off to bed for them.
Night time is wild time for Macy. It is like she has to burn up all her energy before bed. She scoots all over the place, tearing into the boys toys. Here, she has pulled the bin off the shelf and happily threw out every single toy, as fast as she could.
Our quiet evening ended with the finishing of Season 1 of Downton Abbey. I know that I am behind the times, but I am slowly making my way through the series. Bed time for mom usually does not come soon enough.
And that is our day in June.
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