Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Our Ordinary Week

Our Alaska calendar.  Alaska is in our hearts.
I love schedules.  That's fine if you don't.  I do.  I like knowing what happening each day simply because it's that day, and I like that I can say "It's Friday!" and my girls know that they get to have a chocolate pop tart, simply because it's Friday.

So here is our typical week.  It seldom varies from this:

Sunday: church/watch football/Skype with in-laws
Monday: wash diapers/school/(MOPS twice a month)
Tuesday: Laundry day
Wednesday: wash diapers/AWANA night/mac & cheese night
Thursday: hmm...nothing exciting.  Just normal school routine
Friday: wash diapers/watch a show on DVD after the girls go to bed (right now it's Smallville)
Saturday: grocery shopping/morning cartoons/church/Batman

Our daily schedule is fairly predictable too:
5:30 - Up/shower/dress/eat breakfast
6:30 - girls up/dressed/breakfast
6:45 - baby up/dressed/fed
7:20 - out the door for school
8:00 - home from dropping Pumpkin Pie at school/baby down for nap/Honey Pie in for room time
8:00 - 9:00 - Honey Pie room time/Momma works
9:00 - Sesame Street or Little Einstein or Micky Mouse Clubhouse
9:45 - baby up from nap
10:00-11:00 - errands/outing
11:00 - pick Pumpkin Pie up from school
11:15 - home/feed baby lunch
11:30 - lunch for the rest of us
12:00 - baby down for nap (until 3:00)
12:30 - Honey Pie down for nap (until 2:00 or 2:30)
12:30-12:45 - read with Pumpkin Pie/Pumpkin Pie in for rest time (until 2:00)
12:45-12:58 - Momma nap
1:00-3:00 - Momma works
3:00 - baby up from nap/fed
3:00-4:30 - play time (or movie time if it's cold or rainy)
4:30 - dinner prep
5:15 - eat dinner
5:45 - clean up dinner/bath time (I don't bathe them every day, but this is when they get it)
6:15 - jammie time
6:30 - baby in PJs/fed/put to bed
6:45 - Honey Pie to bed
7:00 - TV time
8:00 - Pumpkin Pie to bed
8:00-9:00 - TV
9:00 - ready for bed/read
9:45 - lights out

You can pretty much set your watch by that schedule.  I hope you feel like your schedule is extraordinary compared to ours!

Miss any ordinary-ness?  Catch up here!
31 Days of Ordinary

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