Note - I posted Tuesday and Wednesday very close together so if you're missing Tuesday you can find it here.
7:09am - M doing the dishes for her morning chore.
6:37 - saying good-bye to Domino. At home, it is our 4th week of taco Wednesday, which means very little food prep. I finish the weights component of my exercises before dinner and B's return from swimming. He forgot Brent was picking him up and sat inside talking to Evan for almost 10 minutes before realizing he need to go out out to the pick up line to meet Brent. He didn't have a great evaluation today, but was in good spirits.
8:11pm - M is the only one with homework so we do both parts. Here she is writing down her reading time for the Thunder reading challenge.
8:31 - E is ready for bed as Brent looks on. Nights when dinner is after swimming bedtime usually gets pushed til around this time. We still made time to read Dinosaur O'Dinosaur to E before saying good night. The big kids will read to themselves for awhile after going to bed.
8:32 - Signed B's planner and we're going over whether he's made it through all his pre-bed medicine and hygiene.
8:37 - One last big smiling face! The boys have instituted "Double Hug Century" in recent weeks, which means everyone gets, at minimum 2 hugs and kisses as part of bedtime... for a century. E seems to not realize this means 2 or doesn't care as he hands out about 6 hugs and a dozen kisses and always asks for just one more. Here we are waiting for B to retrieve the hedgehog from the car as how could he sleep without a hedgehog? (Why yes, there already are two dragons in his bed, but that isn't nearly enough friends).
After the kids are in bed, I grab my yogurt, water, and laptop to work through yesterday and today's photos and blogging. We've also done a little bit of grown up chores and its time for my laundry to be switched out. Brent is playing video games and I'm planning on a shower and bed, possibly with a little book time thrown in there as well!
I've been pretty moody/grouchy today and I'm trying to shake that for a happier day tomorrow.