Summer is upon us and I'm frantically trying to fill our schedule.
And I'm 99.9% sure I'll regret the week we have golf camp in the morning and VBS at night.
But I always err on the side of a packed summer schedule.
To replace school.
Ashlyn woke up last month and decided everything is a race.
Brushing teeth in the morning.
Getting to the car.
Getting from the car to the house.
She is the second fastest person in all of first grade.
"I take the inside lane like Secretariat, mom."
And I just have to say.
It's SUPER annoying.
Her pointer finger is up all the time.
No one cares.
Except for Dave.
He bought her new running shoes.
And there are just SO many events.
And I have been terrible at keeping track.
I was about to bring treats for Field Day today.
But that's next Monday.
Today is set-up for tomorrow's pool party.
I also drug my family, empty promises of a swim party and two refrigerated dips to Millbrae for a BBQ on Sunday.
That's really next Saturday.
So basically, I'm not to be trusted until I sleep through the night for more than two days in a row.
Also, I made the mistake of downloading the game 2048 on my phone.
So the hours I should be sleeping are spent mindlessly swiping numerical tiles.
Pretend you never read this.
And don't download it.
When she's not eating pizza, the baby spends her days trying to rip out our cable box.
She has 6 teeth and we just had to lower her crib because she's standing.
And by we I mean me.
It's a blue job but I took one for the team.
Her personality is starting to emerge and she is sweet and spunky.
Friendly but sometimes shy.
She's crawling like a professional.
And never stops moving.
She woke up early from her nap and I'm stuffing her face with Yogurt Melts to be able to finish this post.
Life right now is full and fun and busy and sometimes hard.
So, so good.
I am thankful.
I'm a calendar committee's worst nightmare.
But I'm still thankful.