Thursday, April 20, 2006

Dry erase board

I was just thinking about how much I love my new dry erase board. Ya know why? I have it on my fridge and I list everything I have going on thru out the week. It's much easier than looking on the calendar at things scribbled down in little boxes. Today I looked at my nice little board and thought, "Holy crap we have a lot going on!!" Now I'm not one of those mom's that have their kids in 3 -4 different things everyday of the week- I just have a ton of kids. This is what my board says for this week- not counting all the things I do during the day such as potty training a 2 year old, caring for a 12 week old or 8-10 loads of laundry a week. I also try to squeeze in some time to exercise and make out with my husband. ;)

Monday
Isabel- gymnastics 3:30 - 5:30pm
Alec - Soccer practice 5 - 6pm
Tristan - Soccer practice 4 - 5:30pm
(Note: These are all in different towns...)

Tuesday
Tristan - soccer game 5:30pm (Be there at 5pm!)
Alec - soccer game 6:30pm (Be there at 6:15pm!)

(Last week we also had a meeting at the school at 6pm and a RAD kids thing for Tristan at 7pm!!)

Wednesday
Isabel - gymnastics 3:30 - 5:30pm
Tristan - soccer practice 4 - 5:30pm
Tristan - scouts 6pm

Thursday
Alec - scouts 7 - 8pm

Ali and Wendi's bday
Tori- Stake Auxilary Training meeting 7 -8:30pm
(Usually there is a soccer game too. We lucked out this week!)

Friday
Tristan- soccer practice 4 - 5:30pm

(Wow. Is that all???)

Saturday
Tristan - soccer game 8- FREAKIN' - 30 in the morning!!! (Be there at 8am)
Tori - 9am be at church to set up for primary activity
Primary activity 10 - 11:30am

Sunday
Tori -Teach sharing time
Tristan - scripture for opening exercises (in Primary)
Tori- Teacher improvement meeting for Primary teachers 6pm; Give 10 minute talk at mtg.


A little crazy, but oh well. See why I'm thankful for my new dry erase board? It helps keep me organized and everyone can see what's going on for the day. That way Mom can't be blamed for forgetting- although sometimes I would like to forget on purpose.

2 comments:

Gina said...

You are a crazy woman! I have no more excuses on slacking...
Way to make me look bad... LOL

Nettie said...

Isn't life crazy? I so rejoiced when none of my kids were interested in doing soccer anymore. But now we drive all over to go to cross country meets and parades (marching band). I always have admired women who have large families and seem to be able to be multiple places at once. Transporter technology would be so nice, wouldn't it? BTW, thanks for visiting my blog. I liked following you home and reading yours. I'll definitely be back!