This is my favorite project ever. It is not the one I am proudest of. It is not the coolest. It is not the best upcycle I have ever done. But it is the best. Because it is the first upcycle/diy project I did with all of my kids. and that is just really cool!
Now that Emily is in Kindergarten, we need to be even more organized then ever before! Morning and afternoons are especially organized to the minute.
We let Emily choose how to celebrate her graduation and (after I made a few suggestions), she chose to go out to a pick your own farm for peaches, apples and a sunflower maze.
Last week, Emily graduated from preschool. It was a surreal event. I knew it was coming. She had been practicing the songs for weeks. She (and Spencer and Sidney) practiced crossing over the bridge every afternoon before we got in the car. And I have been preping for kindergarten for about as long. But it was still surreal to actually see her in the ceremony, in her dress, high heels, and graduation cap.
I am woefully behind in this baby book, but about a month ago we took a family vacation. 10 of us rented a house in Rhode Island, and except for a melt down (me) because of 2 sick kids (Spencer and Sidney), a fabulous time was had by all.
Those of you who know me in real life know that I need to have a few projects going at any given time. One should be in process, one on deck and one (ok, 11) in the planning/pre-planning/day dreaming stages. Right now my big project is unpacking (and prepping for next semesters classes). But I had a project in the back of my head and today it was fully executed.