I can't believe that summer is almost over! It went by way too fast! I am dreading the day that the boys go back to school! Yes, you heard me right! I am not looking forward to them going to school! Most moms that I talk to can't wait. They are looking forward to consistency, peace, structure. Not me! I must be abnormal or something, but I love all the craziness with having them around! Well, most days anyway. In fact, I'd probably homeschool them if I thought that I'd do a good job of it! But, I know that I'd be way too laid back about it and probably take lots of days off for fun. Anyway, I'm not looking forward to all that comes with this time of year at all! So, I've been a little down in the dumps and wishing for some more time.
I can't believe that I actually have a child that is entering the 7th grade! When did this happen? I'm not that old am I?! Jacob is looking forward to seeing all his friends again and doing the "fun" parts of school, otherwise he's just as sad as I am about it. He hates homework and thinks that all things in life should be fun! I'm sure he'll be fine, but he isn't so sure about this!
Nolan will be starting 3rd grade and can't wait! He absolutely LOVES school, learning and even homework! He misses his friends and I think he actually does better having more structure in his life. So, he's been counting the days down since summer vacation started!
Again, where does the time go?! Caleb will be starting kindergarten! He is very excited about this! I can't believe that he's old enough! I know that he will love it, but I'm going to miss having him around!
Gavin is even starting 'school' in a couple of weeks! He will continue to have physical therapy once a week at home, but will also go to a class once a week. The school said he was old enough to go to school everyday, but I told them that they were crazy! He's not even 2 years old yet! So, that will begin next year. I hope that he stays healthy enough to benefit from this class and make some strides physically and developmentally! He was recently classified as being at a birth-3 month level. Although I knew this, it was still hard to hear! I really pray that he can at least develop enough to sit up on his own in the next year! I may be hoping for too much, but this is my goal for him in the near future. I would appreciate your prayers for this and that he can remain healthy, out of the hospital and without seizures. Thank you!
I hope that all of you can enjoy the rest of your summer! The days are flying by!
"The grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all. Amen." Philippians 4:23