Wasn’t I literally just talking about how we had managed to survive the juggling act among different kids’ after-school activities not even a month ago?? As it turns out, the reprieve only lasted all but the length of spring break. As soon as the break was over, both kiddos started on the swim team and the… Continue reading A New Normal: Adapting to the Overwhelming New Schedule
I’ll be honest, when it comes to our children’s extracurricular activities, we have had it pretty easy thus far, compared to a lot of other families we know. Whether this is by design or by the kids’ choice I am not exactly sure. Maybe a little bit of both. For how much of a sports fans we… Continue reading A New Juggling Season?
Between the two of us, Hubby is no doubt the ‘fun’ parent. By this I mean that he is the one who would get down and dirty with the kids, to run/chase them all around, or take them to swim and play basketball. And this apparently has led the children to think that mommy can’t do is bad… Continue reading Mommy’s ‘Hidden’ Skills?
We are so very lucky to have Hubby’s brother, the undeniably the best cook/chef in the family, to host the annual Thanksgiving feast. This only means one thing people: we always inadvertently consume way too much yummy food and over-stuff ourselves by the end of the feast, no matter what we may have told ourselves in advance… Continue reading Our Thanksgiving Traditions
When it comes to fitness and working out, my hubby is the complete opposite of me. While I have a hard time being motivated to stay consistent, and am just happy to get to my boxing class twice maybe three times a week, he on the other hand could not seem to be exercising enough. He works… Continue reading His Version of Mid-Life Crisis?