I’ve always wanted to do one of these posts, but usually forget after taking a few pictures. In all honesty I did forget near the end of the day, but I did better than I have in the past. This is a typical Monday for us. Our days vary based on if we have school, swim, or dance.
Up and at ’em. I get up and make my way downstairs to the basement to get a workout in.
Work out and shower done, so now it’s time for some blog work. With coffee of course.
Annabelle is up, as is Autumn. I feed them breakfast while I putz around on the computer a bit more.
The girls have finished their breakfast. I send them into the family room to play while I clean up.
On our way to drop Annabelle off at preschool. And actually, I just realize this is after drop off (hence why there is no child in the second car seat….)
After dropping Annabelle off and doing a little circle time, its off the grocery store.
We come home and play for a bit before needing to head back and pick up Annabelle.
After preschool we head straight to speech. Autumn and I wait in the hall while Annabelle works with the teacher and another girl in the room. Her downward dog is pretty solid isn’t it?
Speech is over and we head home to shove some food in our faces so I can get Autumn down for a nap by 1:30ish.
Autumn has been napping for a little, while Annabelle has “quiet” time (hint, it’s not that quiet). I try to get a little more blogging work done.
Annabelle and I play a game (or two or three) of Candy Land. Until her sister gets up.
Autumn has been up since about 3:30. We all play some play dough.
We head upstairs to put away the laundry I did not put away on Friday. Aren’t empty laundry basket such beautiful sight!
It’s time to start dinner! And completely forgot to take pictures.
After dinner, it’s upstairs for a bath for the girls, then back downstairs to relax a bit. While the girls are hanging with Matt I clean the kitchen.
Stories and bed time!
I work on the blog a bit, then take a break to watch some TV and work on crocheting a blanket for Autumn.
I think to myself “I should go to bed”.
My real bedtime.
And there you have it!