Friday, August 15, 2008

Tired and glad to stay home!

Man I feel like I have been going all week long. My mom was camping and I went up to see her everyday, except Tuesday. Which means packing each time for 3 kids, and we didn't even stay over! I ate like crap, and I am so tired! Bart has been in Chicago for training for 2 days and comes home tonight late. I am so glad to just stay home today, although I desperately need to go grocery shopping.

I can't believe we are half way through August. We are going to Maine over Labor day, and then Caleb and Meghan start preschool on September 8th, for 4 mornings a week Mon-Thursday 8-11 am. I am looking forward to them going, but I also know I will be sad and worried the first week or so. I am not ready for winter at all, but I do look forward to school starting and not many things going on during the week. I think it will help me stay focused on my weight loss goals to be home more. For some reason it is always easier for me to stick to WW during fall and winter.

Bart leaves me again in September for a week for training again. This time he is going to Boston. Man he is the most trained person I know! Caleb and Meghan have their first dentist appointment this week. Yes, their first, I slacked and I hope it's not bad. I loathe the dentist, I had a bad experience when I was a kid. I still go, but haven't been in a while but after hanging out with some people this week I need to make an appointment. Ha, ha!!

Hayley has been "talking" a lot more. Sometimes it sounds like she is yelling. It's so cute! Of course she has to yell to be heard in my house. She goes for her 4 month appointment on August 22. I am DREADING that appointment because I hate the shot thing. It breaks my heart every time.

2 comments:

momtoabean said...

I can't even believe they are going to be in school! Oh my gosh, where did the time go??

Now, you should start training Hayley to nap from 8-11 LOL..straight up Kylee time! :)

Trenches of Mommyhood said...

Go on business with your husband and come see me in Boston!

(How realistic, right?)