It's been forever since I've done a 10 in 10 or the like, so when Lauren suggested it I thought it would be fun to give it a go. I forgot how crazy things were yesterday. Often times the children are awake and eating breakfast before I even make it downstairs. Rebecca was braiding the babies' hair when I came down. (She is wearing my jeans and she looks way cuter in them than I do. We also wear the same size shoes now. Sigh!)
Once we school was wrapped up we needed to get lunch made because we weren't going to be home. Rachel volunteered to make peanut butter and jelly for everyone. This is when I'm super thankful for a friend like Kellee because of all the bread she brings us. We go through an entire loaf whenever we make sandwiches.
Then we had to make a quick stop at the library and the grocery store. Peanut butter filled pretzels are a great snack when you're out and about. They were also buy 1, get 1 free.
Then we met up with some friends for storytime at Barnes and Noble. They read a story, do a little craft, and even give the kids a little snack.
After David picked out his Easter outfit, the other day online, we headed to the store to find it. I had a coupon that needed to be used. They provide a little entertainment at Crazy 8 while parents shop.
After shopping around a few stores at the Orchard Town Center the children were a little restless. They needed to run around a bit.
We finally made it back home to finish up some school we didn't finish in the morning. Rachel and I played a few math games.
Issues, Etc. is on at the perfect time in the afternoon. They were discussing demons yesterday.