Posts Tagged ‘routine’

Back into the routine

September 11, 2012

Things are getting pretty much back to normal – whatever that is.

Reid started at preschool today, for two and half hours on Tuesday and Thursday.

It will be an opportunity for him to socialize with more kids his age.  It provides another place to meet with the developmental service workers, as well.

He actually is a good little helper.  He’ll put dishes and other things in the sink, sometimes even things he shouldn’t.  Tonight I found a flashlight in  the water with the dishes!!!!

Part of getting back into the routine is resuming regular meetings.  We had a meeting at the church going over policies and procedures to ensure that children remain safe and protected.  It is unfortunate that some of these steps need to be taken, but in the litigious environment we live in, and the risk of harming children, it is important to protect them.

Our regular weekly children’s program goes into full swing.

And before we know it, it will be Christmas.

Back to school season

August 27, 2012

It’s hard to believe that the summer is almost over.

In our area, school starts next Tuesday.

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Happy New Year!

January 5, 2012

Things are starting to get back to normal.

A couple days in at work.

School starts again next week, with lots of other stuff.

Next thing is birthdays.  Reid’s is on the 24th, and Tate’s is February 20.  Wow, time flies.

Before we know it, it will be spring again.  Nice weather will make it easier to do stuff outside.  Easier to burn off energy. 🙂

Reid has been very….. energetic lately.  Into everything.  Opening doors, climbing, throwing toys and stuff (not so good).

It is nice that the days have been getting longer again.  It isn’t really noticeable, it’s more of a psychological thing.

A regular schedule started for me for work.

Tate goes back to school next week.  We have the option to sign up for partial French immersion next week.  It is not offered at our local school, so we will have to take to to a school slightly further away – about two kilometres, instead of one.  It will be a good opportunity for enrichment.


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