I can’t believe it’s June already. My kids are already in summer vacation mode which means it’s getting harder to get them to school. Summer means different things for each of them. For the Boy, it means shorts and tank tops no matter what the temperature. I try to explain that even though it’s June, it can still get cold, but he’s not convinced.
For the Girl, it’s about sundresses, sunglasses, swimming and ice cream. For the Baby, it’s all about the doggies. She’s one and oh-so-cute. At the moment, she spends a large part of her time barking and searching out her “people” (the dogs in the neighbourhood). It’s totally bizarre that she loves dogs so much because I’m not a dog person (that’s a large understatement) and neither are her siblings. My husband grew up with dogs, but he’s sort of ambivalent. People keep telling me, “Oh, you’ll end up getting her a dog.” Obviously, they don’t know me that well.
Tomorrow is the spring concert and the Kids’ Montessori, Petite Maison. It’s an Abba theme this year, and the Girl and Boy have been joyously singing “Dancing Queen” and “Super Trooper” all through the house.