Almost, anyway. Jax pees and poops just fine, but mostly naps on his bed between taking his medicine and little walks.
We're swamped with practices, games and weird weather this weekend. I have a master schedule to keep everyone straight and I fear we're eating too many sandwiches on the run. Even eliminating karate from our schedule (temporarily) doesn't seem to help much. There's still homework to squeeze in between all the track/baseball/softball.
I'm subbing a LOT, which happens in the spring. Yesterday they held a communion celebration for Mr. G's classmates (2nd grade--it's a big deal). He didn't participate in mass (I let the boys skip liturgy and we went out for breakfast instead), but when we arrived at school the cafeteria was all decked out and they had a table for each member of the class with cards and balloons. The whole school plus parents and grandparents enjoyed muffins, cream puffs, juice and coffee. Mr. T, Mr. B and I toasted Mr. G for "doing absolutely nothing." And we congratulated all the first communicants in their fancy clothes. It is terribly sweet how the school goes out of their way to include us even when we're different. We are all family and they practice that belief all the time.
Does anyone out there own a greenhouse? Tell me all about it. After much research, I'm looking at installing this:
Spill it, reader. Any greenhouse advice/stories you've got to share. I'm all ears.