We are so enjoying our first week of summer. Hard to tell? Movie party. 3:00 in the afternoon. In our pj’s. With only the essentials: blankets – pillows – fishy crackers. Because what’s a mid-day movie party without fishy crackers? Aside from lounging we’ve also been doing a lot of reading. And hanging at the park and the beach. It’s a rough life. :) I’m taking a few days off of blogging too. Much to busy with all the lounging to whip up a post. Wouldn’t want to wear myself out. ;)
Really – after such a busy last month it feels wonderful to have some down time with my kids. Just what the doctor ordered. Down time. And fishy crackers.
14 thoughts on “Down Time”
Hi Erin, Love that you are able to relax a little finally. I have been following your blog and it definitely sounds like you have been on the go!
Breaks can be really nice. Have fun on yours. –Hanna Marie
So cute! Is it wrong to still want to have movie days at 3 in the afternoon, while wearing pjs and eating fishy crackers when your children are 19 and 23??? LOL Enjoy your week.
Lauren – ha ha! I have no doubt we’ll be doing the same at that stage! :)
Enjoy your break! When do you guys move in to the new house? I’m so looking forward to seeing how you organize and decorate it!
Enjoy your downtime and your break! We are already 3 weeks through our summer break! It is flying by. :)
Looks like a perfect day to me!! We love having pajama days. :)
Enjoy, Erin! xx On the other side of the world, we’re looking forward to two weeks off in two weeks’ time. Yesterday, at home fighting winter ills, I swapped my jeans for red floral pyjama pants at 1pm – my mother in law called round and complimented me on my nice trousers! ha ha!
Ah, downtime! Take care and enjoy!
Thanks Angela! Probably moving in August!
Good for you!!! Enjoy! :)
I totally feel for you and your Mommy emotions with switching schools. We had to do that last year when we bought a new house. I was a complete wreck–totally cried too saying goodbye to the principal and all of the wonderful office staff and teachers. It was a big transition at first–but I’m happy to report that one year later we are all happy and adjusted. Hang in there!! Darcy