So much going on as of late. The twins start school in 11 days - ack!! As much as I've looked forward to this monumentus occasion on those days when they've been driving me crazy, I'm so sad. The thought of them being gone everyday, ALL DAY makes my heart ache. Plus, it just seems that they're too small/young for school. How will they navigate through an entire day without me? *sigh* I know they'll be fine and I know I will, too. And, don't get me wrong, I will most certainly welcome the extra time and freedom. It's been a bit crazy being a stay at home mom to three kids five and under. But, life is going to change drastically soon and I know that I'll miss the craziness. And, I'll miss them. A lot.
We moved into this house when the twins were eighteen months. It honestly seems like yesterday. I remember being so excited to be here. A house with a quiet street where they would be able to ride their bikes without the worry of a lot of traffic and have friends to play with and just enjoy being kids. At that time I was working three days a week in the office and two from home. I was a great schedule and I was thankful for those days at home with them. Oh, the things we were going to do together! It seemed like the three years that we had ahead of us, before they would start school, was an eternity. I'm still not sure how we got here so quickly. And, without doing half of the things that I wanted and planned to do.
We're joining the ranks of back to school shoppers this weekend to pick up any and all necessary items for school. I'm struggling a bit with this as my daughter has developed her own personal fashion sense and it doesn't come even a teeny bit close to mine. We went shoe shopping last night and her choice of shoes made me cringe. Every pair. Thankfully, none of them came in her size. Whew. I know that I will probably not be quite as lucky tomorrow. I also know that I should just let her buy what she likes. EJ, so far, doesn't seem to care much about shoes or clothes. I can still influence him. At least for now.