Last week, Annika and I continued to get her heel pricked and I continued to be Queen of the Valet as Gretchen kindly named me! Seriously, I parked valet almost everytime, and everytime, they greeted with me a big "Hello!", left my van in the circle and put my key in a special place. It was especially helpful on Friday when I took all 4 kids by myself. It was our first outing the five of us and it went really smoothly.
Sage starts kindergarten tomorrow! We met his teacher and got to see his classroom. I am so excited for him, he's so excited. I can't believe he's going to kindergarten. He got the teacher that I would have chosen for him. She seems so sweet. I'm preparing for his first week to be emotional for both of us.
Kolby gets his cast off on Tuesday! And we'll find out the next step. I'm excited and of course, nervous. We've made some big decisions regarding Kolby. We decided to not send him to preschool and Drew and I will do preschool with him at home. I'm reallly excited about it for a number of reasons. I think he and I will love having this time together and he will really thrive with one on one attention from me. I pray that he and Levi will learn to love each other more and play together better. Sometimes, they do great and sometimes, Levi is an antagonist. We're going to take it one year at a time and see what he needs. He'll still do some speech through the public school.
Last week, Drew's sister, Krista came to help. She was such a help! This week, I'm all on my own. I can do it!
The boys have adjusted really well. They aren't overly excited about her, but they are sweet towards her. Does that make sense?
I need to write a post about Levi. I start and stop in my head because to describe him in words is so hard. He's so funny. And so smart. And so naughty. And so funny. He can buckle and unbuckle his high chair.
I can't believe Sage is starting kindergarten tomorrow!
Our house got really small, how did that happen? And I got really anal about having clutter out, it makes me twitch. Sage loves to clutter the top of our bookshelf because he can reach it and the other boys can't, so he puts things up there that he doesn't want them to get and it drives me crazy!
I need to stop writing. I could go on and on.
I will get out of the house today.