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Tuesday, September 6th, 2011 | Link to this Post

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Anyway, I kept a few of the ruffled lanterns and clustered them together to hang over the crib in the guest room:



Our guest room (a.k.a. "the sticker room") is nearly complete, with the exception of a wardrobe or chest of some sort...


Oh right. Thanks for all the comments (both on FB and here) on your opinions (or rather affirmations) on the chalkboard wall :) Here is another shot/attempt in getting the entire wall into the picture. Perhaps I should figure out how to take a panoramic photo...

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Thursday, September 10th, 2009 | Link to this Post

Groovy!

Calvin's first day of school went superbly! He was so excited when I picked him up at 2:30, recounting everything he did at school. Here are a couple of shots before heading off!

Charissa missed him a lot though. Every ten minutes, she'd ask, "Where's baby? Is baby at school?" (She still calls him baby... we can't get her to call him Calvin.) To help keep her mind off of missing her older brother, we did a colored popsicle craft in effort to review/learn colors:


Oh yeah, and that last picture is her very own rendition of our deceased goldfish, Orange, who was originally Calvin's 4th birthday present but died a week later due to stress from being shaken so much :p She still remembers that poor fish...

And I finally found a delicious way of getting my kids to eat spinach! We got to taste this groovy green smoothie for the first time at playgroup on Monday and they loved it so much I decided to add it to our daily snack menu at home. You've got to love that green mustache!

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Wednesday, September 9th, 2009 | Link to this Post

Entering a New Phase

Tomorrow will be Calvin's first day of school. He is so incredibly excited. We went to meet his teacher on Tuesday, and as soon as we arrived, he kissed me goodbye thinking that he was staying. I don't really feel sad... I think because I know he'll love it (he's particularly looking forward to recess and eating lunch with the other kids.)

And now that he's gone for 6 hours a day, I finally have time to give Charissa my undivided attention! We're going to have so much fun doing girly things together! (I hope!) I am very much a schedule person. Not to say that I always follow my schedule, but it helps me visualize how much time I actually have to do what I need to do. Here's what I have planned: 7:00 Children's breakfast (Mommy's quiet time with God) 7:30 Free play (Mommy eats breakfast) 8:00 Get Ready 8:15 Leave for school 8:30 School drop-off 8:40 Grocery shopping 9:30 Morning craft with Charissa 9:50 Reading 10:10 Music and singing 10:30 Free play (Mommy's taking-care-of-business time) 11:00 Outdoor walk or wagon ride 11:20 Lunch and video 12:00 Nap (Mommy goes to work in her Etsy sweatshop) 2:00 Get Ready 2:15 Leave for school 2:30 School pick-up 2:45 Free play (Mommy cleans house) 3:15 Calvin's journaling/school debriefing time, Charissa's art time 3:30 Puzzle time with mommy 3:45 Free play and/or outdoor play (Mommy preps dinner) 4:30 Video (Mommy has a breather and cooks dinner) 5:30 Dinner 6:15 Family play time 7:00 Free play (Mommy's taking-care-of-business time) 7:30 Family worship 7:45 Kids get a bath 8:00 Bedtime reading 8:15 Get ready for bed 8:30 Children's bedtime (Mommy and daddy's free time!... Mommy goes back to Etsy sweatshop and plans out the next day. Daddy plays XBox.)

My Etsy shop is keeping me quite busy, and I feel that if I don't schedule in all the details, I'm going to have my priorities all mixed up. Got to remember what comes first :)

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