Today Christian starts his day camp. He will go 2 times a week for 2 hours. He is excited because this means he is a big kid like his older sister. He has already outlined his agenda. He will play with Lola, the pet guinea pig, Play-Dough with his new buddies, play outside but not hit anyone.
Sounds like a great plan to me. When Sara discovered we have 2 brother-free hours, she was positively giddy. She immediately started making plans for us. After proposing and rejecting dozens of ideas, we agreed on our plan. We will go to the local grocery store cafe for muffins and book club discussion. Now that location and subject have been determined, the only remaining decision is outfit. She started planning last night. Many outfits were tried on and rejected.
Apparently, the outfit is just as important at the activity. This morning, Christian sat in his pajamas obliviously eating his breakfast while all this planning took place. The end result was a snappy ensemble of a twirly skirt, knee high black boots, a jaunty hat and multiples pieces of jewelry. While Christian is off exploring new and exciting worlds, Sara and I will be exploring the "old fashion world" of Betsy-Tacy-Tib.