Here’s the deal: Each week two of my very favorite Bloggy Mom’s, Lindsey at OT&ET and Randalin at Kale&Beans, run a weekly post called “currently”. They provide you with the weekly theme or you can use your own to let the World, or in my case all 10 of you, know what you’re currently up to.
I have been setting up appointments this week. Appointments to meet all the requirements for me to enroll in school and appointments for Parker to enroll in the three-year-old Montessori program. I don’t know which one I’m more excited for. Just kidding, I’m totally more excited for Parker’s. My appointment involves a COMPASS placement test and it turns out I’ve seriously used zero algebra in the last ten years.Parker is using ridiculously big words which is ridiculous because how is he already old enough to even talk?! Seriously, how is this kid three? This went too fast and I don’t approve. Some of his recent words: ridiculous, frustrating, adventurous, and creature.
Parker is using impressively big words. It blows my mind that this kid of mine is not only big enough to talk but big enough to say things like adventurous and creature.
We have been watching documentaries on Netflix. We can’t get enough of them. We just watched one called Plastic Paradise about how we are using too much plastic in our lives and the ocean is getting damaged because of it. Recycle people and try to use reusable and/or glass things when available. We need to reduce the amount of plastic water bottles we buy ourselves
Parker is choosing a lot of things lately. His new favorite phase is “well that’s my choice”. When we taught him about choices it started out good but it has definitely back fired on us. The last thing he tried to pull was “I’m not going to take a bath. I don’t want to and that’s my choice.” Oye.
I am imaging my future miniature goat farm. I feel like every debt we pay off, every step towards me making more money, and every step towards us selling our home is a step closer to moving to the country and running a miniature goat farm. We are going to have chickens, and goats, and tinier goats, and a garden. And you are all invited to come and hold my tiny tiny goats. I am seriously excited about what the future holds!