It's just nice to finally be out of that stress case of an office. It has been nothing but one thing after another there since September. Too many changes all at once. The extra days of rest before the baby comes will be greatly appreciated. I don't know how some women work right up until their water breaks. I didn't do it with Carleigh and I knew I wasn't doing it this time around either. I understand that some people don't get short-term disability benefits through their employer. I'm so thankful that I do so I can take that extra time off before I pop.
Carleigh's last day at preschool is on Friday. She will be home with me until she starts kindergarten. I plan to give her worksheets and art projects to do while home. I have all of her kindergarten paperwork ready to go since registration starts next week. It's so crazy to think I'll be sending one kid off to kindergarten this summer. Since our schools here are year-round, I'm going to pick the schedule that gives her the summer break around her birthday. For kindergarten, it's not really a big deal since she's only doing half days. And you can't even consider it a half day since it's only 2 1/2 hrs a day. The full day kindergarten is "tuition based", even for public school, so you have to pay extra. Forget that. I'm not trying to brag about my kid, but she's really smart and she gets bored with preschool work sometimes. So I know she will get bored with kindergarten if she went all day. I plan on throwing some first grade lessons/worksheets in with some of her kindergarten work to see how she handles it. On her educational websites, she likes to play math games directed at first graders and she does pretty well at it. So the math worksheets will be some of my go-to's.
Nothing else exciting is going on here. We're all just waiting for the baby to come and enjoying the warmer weather. My next blog update will probably happen after we bring the baby home from the hospital. I'm sure there will be a time in between feedings and nap times that I'll be able to update the blog.