Thursday, January 6, 2011

basically i've gone full-time.

i'm working everyday for the next 2 weeks.
it's good, but an adjustment.
my time with my kids is limited.
and they have piano and basketball and baseball.
and paul has a moonlighting job.
so i'm probably going to become a little more part-time blogger.
it's going awesome and i LOVE this. i get to be in the school.
to get my "teaching" fix, but i have NO responsibility past that.
no papers to grade.
no IEP's to deal with. no parents yelling at me. :)
and as of today i've subbed in Brigg AND Lani's rooms.
it was great!
plus, i kind of love the hours.
we are going to be working through a transition period with ayla, no doubt.
she didn't want to go to daycare today. :( it was hard. there were tears...more from me than her. but once we get over the hump, she'll do great.

so that's where we're at.
i told the kids i want to go bowling for my birthday.
they were excited.
they said, "where are we going to eat?"
well at the bowling alley of course!
yum! ha!

off to finish supper. and snuggle ayla.
thankful for all of it.


Amy said...

Hmm... you may be on to something. :)

Jennie Peakin said...

Nope, don't like that idea. I would like you to continue to blog regularly please. :)

Shana said...

glad you are enjoying it.
lovin' the new background and pics. ;-)

Heather said...

i was discussing life with a friend just today. and i realized that i have a fulltime job, a parttime job, i run kids to baseball, softball, basketball, soccer and volleyball, i am coaching a traveling volleyball team, recently took some classes and that is just the extra stuff above and beyond the demands of a family and a house, and the laundry and the bills, and the cooking, and the shopping and the cleaning and blah, blah, blah. im starting to wonder what life would be like if i ever decide to slow down? it's all i know. no wonder i only get to sleep about 4-5 hours a day! hopefully, it all goes well for you and the transition is a smooth one. sounds like you are enjoying the time in the classroom and that makes it all the more worth it!