Our internet at home was out for over a week. Some Comcast shiz that I’ll be sure to be ranting about on another day, so blogging was limited.
Anyway, I never knew how much work it would be to keep a 4-year old that has all of the energy in all of the world busy all summer. This is Pea’s first true summer home with me since I’ve started working again. Her previous daycares required us to pay all year ’round, so she went all year ’round. Her current school is in the same school district as my job, so she’s off for the summer.
I was scared, I can’t even lie. I was not confident in my abilities to keep the little girl who is ALL ME busy all summer. I tried to prepare myself for the sassiness, six million questions and other normal 4-year old Pea behavior.
Pinterest provided me with a lot of ideas for things that I could do with her this summer. Also, the local library and teacher supply store both had activities/programs for children. So, I signed her up for a variety of classes and made a list of ideas that I found on Pinterest that I wanted to work on with her.
I have pretty much dedicated myself to keeping her busy.
Idle minds… at the age of 4 cause trouble. I knew that this summer, she needed to not cause trouble.
It has been tiring.
Driving her here, driving her there.
Puppet show, fairy tea party, bowling, go to the park, soccer camp.
It’s like driving Miss Daisy. ‘Cept I’m driving Princess Pea, because clearly she is a princess.
But, she has had a blast- and that is what’s important.
With summer winding down, I plan to highlight the things that we’ve done this summer.
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