- fun weekly summer outings (there are almost too many to choose from here)
- getting back on my healthy eating kick
- exercise - getting myself to the gym
- farmer's market
- behavior modification through positive behavior supports (my almost 5-year old has developed a few bad habits, like hitting me with her shoe, for example)
- summer bridge activities for my soon-to-be kindergartener, you know, the one with the nasty shoe-hitting habit
- being a homemaker, especially with regards to getting organized
- budgeting, especially since we just found out we'll be needing to purchase new windows
- menu plans
- daily/weekly/montly routines
Lions, and Tigers, and Bears, Oh MY!!!
Seriously, I've got a lot going on in my brain lately. Too much. So I make lists and lists.
So much for slowing down for the summer!
TO BE FAIR: B has only hit me with her shoe once. It was Monday, when I told her it was time to leave the park. She was trying to get my attention about something, her croc was in her hand, she gave me a "pat" on the shoulder. I guess it stuck with me as an example of what not to do if you are four and want your mom's attention. I shouldn't really call it a habit, to be fair.