Monday, March 24, 2014

Spring Break. The Window to What Summer Break Will Look Like.

I always treat Spring Break like a test run for Summer Break. 

How do the kids handle multiple trips to the grocery store?

How do the kids get along together at the house?

How do the kids deal without having solid plans each day? 

How does one act while the other has a friend over?

How many times does one accidentally dump a pound of lunch meat on the floor? 

You know. Those types of everyday situations that may test your sanity over a long stretch of time.

Thus, Spring Break is always the time where I start planning for summer camps.

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How about you? Have you started planning for summer?

Because they say posts are better with pictures here's one from yesterday, our last day of break. Vance had his first baseball game and unfortunately the temps were somewhere around 30 degrees. Vaughn spent a fair chunk of time in Justin's arms and covered with a blanket. Our games have been cancelled for this week due to low temps. Baseball gods where are you? We need some weather!!!   

3 Responses to “Spring Break. The Window to What Summer Break Will Look Like.”

  1. I have started planning for summer. In fact I realized last night I am in need of one more camp. I try and do the "every other week" plan. Since Logan doesn't have any siblings to argue....uhh play with I try and keep things busy enough that I don't hear the dreaded "bored" word but not too busy. He will have swim team in the AM and then some weeks a camp in the afternoons. So far we have Robotics Camp, Mindbender camp (science, computers and physics stuff) and church camp(this is an away camp YIKES)and a fitness camp. In need of one more thing and we will be good to go :) Good luck planning your summer.

  2. OMG. I can't even think about an away camp. How do you deal with that?!?

    Sounds like a fun summer for your little (big) guy!

  3. To be honest it was very shocking he even wanted to go. He has never even done a sleep over at a friends(he likes to be home). But he expressed A LOT of interest in going. We knew the boys group leader so we thought it would probably be good for him. He loved it. Me, not so much. But that is part of "letting them grow up". If it hadn't been a camp through our church I wouldn't even have considered it. I don't think he would have either :)



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