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Weekend blues...

I know it is Friday and I thank God for that, but I really do not know how to feel about the weekend. My. Husband is in St. Kitts playing GOLF so it’s just me with the 2 kids. Now I can go south and visit my family, but other than that I cannot make any realistic plans. Sydney’s nap times are unpredictable and my son Dylan has exams next week, so I think I am stuck.
I know I am going to be spending a lot of outside time with the kids… So here are a few things I am going to do to occupy them with (ideas I got from you bloggers)
1.    I am going to make a water balloon piƱata.
2.    I am going to plant a few plants with glass bottles with my son.
3.    I am going to blow some bubbles with them.
4.    I am going to let them play while I try to read a book. (this one is for me)

  Then we will end the night with a little movie time. Hopefully this will end with a early bedtime and giving me some rest time. Fingers crossed. I hope everyone else weekend is eventful and satisfying. 


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