We have one more full week left of summer and honestly I am just not ready for it to be over! Thinking about all the logistical details of 4 kids in 4 different classes/grade levels and all the balls I'll be expected to juggle to get people where they need to be when they need to be there with the things they need to have like lunches and homework and agendas signed by me, all makes me kinda hyperventilate just a little! So, let's just pretend for a few more days that it's not happening!
I would like to say how thankful I am that our school allows you to pay a flat fee and then all your child's school supplies are delivered to their classroom, no running around looking for just the right kind of ruler/brand of red pens/specific color of folder that is on the school supply list! And considering I'm in back-to-school denial, it's awesome to just skip those school supply aisles completely during my Target shopping trips!
Recently I noticed my 6 year old son and my 4 year old daughter playing dollhouse together. "Well, that's VERY sweet!" I thought.
But, upon closer look, while Little Girl was pretending that the Mama Zuzu Pet was tucking in the baby Zuzu Pet,
My son had this double-sworded guy scaling the outside wall of the dollhouse:
Ah, gender differences!
Recently overheard around here:
Little Girl said this week, "When I grow up I want to be Nana's mom."
Nana is my husband's mom but will also be his granddaughter someday if Little Girl grows up to be who she wants to be!
Happy Friday, Friends!