What a long, busy week! Between physical therapy, spinning classes, meetings and team and birthday parties (which I must thank my awesome dh for taking the boys too-so I could spin!)I was ready for a boring Friday night. Nothing to do, except hang out with the boys.
Cub and I have been reading Harry Potter and we're on the 4th book and ABC family has the Harry Potter weekend going on! So we watched the 2nd movie together. I think Buster enjoyed it too, especially since both boys went to an awesome Harry Potter themed costume party last weekend. Today we're going to rake leaves- so exciting! That's absolutely fine with me.
AAFP). I think I'd prefer this to a shot in the heel with cortisone. I've been trying be the model patient. I do my stretches everyday, ice a few times a day, always wear my orthotics (including in my slippers!), not doing any running :(
Note: if you can run you should do my virtual 5k, times need to be sent to me by Monday, Nov. 14th!
Mommy stuff: My youngest (Buster) was born in September. I've always planned to start him in school later, since I've always thought boys could use another year to mature. I'd rather him be 5 for the first month of school then be 6. I know that when he's a senior in high school that being more mature, physically and mentally will be an advantage. He's going to be a small guy already. So imagine my surprise when we went to parent conferences and his teacher suggested that he move up to the 6-9 room next year (which is the Montessori equivalent of 1st -3rd grade). I was thinking next year he'd do his kindergarten year or the last year in the 3-6 room. I'm really proud of him that he's doing so well, and I know that in the Montessori system that he will be fine right now, but what happens when he's 13 and starting high school? My stepmother was a elementary teacher and she has always said that she never met a parent that regretted starting their son later. My friends at work agreed. Good thing I have a year to really decide and I know that we probably could keep him in the 6-9 room another year too.
What would you do?