The kids are settled into their new school year routines and I’m enjoying my time with Ellinor, making sure she gets the same experiences that her siblings did.
She started Kindermusik.
Dancing to the beat of her own music also known as not participating.
Ellinor is also back at gym class, throwing somersaults like it’s nobody’s business and also waiting patiently for the teacher to blow bubbles.
Elsa is immersed in dance and enjoying her Nutcracker practices, making new friends and bonding with her cast mates. Being part of a Nutcracker production is truly a unique and special experience and one in which Elsa (and I) look forward to at the holidays.
Soren is back playing hockey with the Halifax Hawks and was lucky to snag jersey #7, just like dad.
Sophie is anxiously waiting for the announcement of the school musical and kicking butt in math class.
From now until December, our schedule is jam packed, but we managed to sneak away to Noggin’s Farm in the valley last weekend for apple picking, a hay ride and the corn maze.
Our obligatory fall photos that may or may not become part of the Christmas card.
Soren celebrated his 6th birthday (see previous post) and was lucky enough to have his two best friends over this weekend for glow in the dark mini golf, pizza and cupcakes.
Next up is Sophie’s birthday, a quick trip to San Diego (Betsy and Parker) and onto Ellinor’s 2nd birthday.
Life is hectic, but enjoyed and all this action helps us forget the temps are falling and winter is just around the corner.