Spaz Attack

Thoughts from a big spaz who has lots to spaz about.

Saturday, April 12, 2008

TV still down which means...more posts!

Today, Jason and I totally organized our garage. Ok, so it was more me just standing there and Jason moving big boxes around with sweat dripping from his back...oh so sexy! AND, in the midst of all this, I lost my keys. Sometime during our organizing frenzy, I took some things into my car and I must have placed the keys somewhere in the garage when I returned. Smart, I know! I've looked around and I still haven't found them which means that they must be hidden deep inside one of the many boxes we were opening and rearranging. OH Gosh! That means that I will have to WASTE SO MUCH TIME looking for it tomorrow! And we have people coming over tomorrow and I was suppose to go to the market and actually cook! Jason said that I shouldn't worry about that because we could always just order something to go and that finding my key was more important. Dang! I feel like, with gas prices being so high, I should have a home cooked meal ready for people driving from far away. Please God help me find my keys tomorrow and QUICK!

Tyler said something funny today. He was watching Teletubbies on DVD (By far, the MOST disturbing program for kids, wouldn't you say?) and he said that the baby was the "Damn It Baby." Jason and I were like, "What? What did you just say?" He said it again so calmly, "Damn It Baby." And then when we asked why, he said it was because he didn't like the baby. So I guess he figured that "Damn it" is something you say when you don't like something. Ha ha! I have no idea where he learned that because Jason and I don't say it! I say "Darn it" sometimes, but never "Damn it!" Anways, it's funny how kids put two and two together.

Here is our current weekly schedule so Tyler can see what he did when he was 37 months old.


TUESDAY 12:30-3:30 School (will be starting 10:00-12:00 play group soon)

WEDNESDAY 10:15-11:00 Music Class, 11:00-12:00 Park, 3:30-4:00 Tae Kwon Do, my mom usually comes over on Wednesday to help out.

THURSDAY 12:30-3:30 School

FRIDAY 9:15-12:00 Church Moms Group

SATURDAY 9:30-10:00 Tae Kwon Do, 11:00-12:00 Art at Lakeshore

SUNDAY 10:30-11:30 Church

Things not on a regular schedule but we usually do sometime during the week: go swimming, go the the library, go to the park, visit with Auntie Claudia and cousin Katie, grandma and grandpa Kim come and sleep over one night a week. Other than that, our time is spent at home, playing, napping, eating, cleaning up and washing up! And I try to read to Tyler as much as possible throughout the day and before he goes to bed.

I let Tyler watch TV for about 30 minutes a day- usually, it's Calliou on PBS...I think it's the perfect show for 3 year olds! (Well, that was when we had cable.) When Tyler is at school, I try to go grocery shopping with Chase. On the weekdays when Jason comes home early (around 3:00) we try to go to Disneyland.

Well, here is the answer to the question, "What do you do as a stay at home mom?!" Sometimes when both boys want my attention, things get a bit hairy, but most of the time, it is really fun and they make me laugh. I love watching my boys grow!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

it must be a blast watching him do tae-kwon-do. yes, sir! one sir, two sir!

8:16 AM  
Blogger Cristina said...

Hi JeeSoo! Yes, watching ALL the kids in the tae kwon do class is so much fun! They are so cute! How did you know they say one sir, two sir, three sir...I had no idea! You must have taken tae kwon do before!

8:52 AM  
Blogger Christine said...

you are such a great mom. tyler and chase are lucky to have you document everything. i can't wait for the day when they are old enough to appreciate all of this.

3:54 PM  

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