Thursday, December 2, 2010

A Day In The Life.... Sort Of.

Ben and I offer to babysit for families in our ward pretty often, so parents can have a free night out and we can get a feel for that life. 

There is a family in our ward we just love, and they happen to be out of town this week and asked us to stay overnight with their three kids; Hayley, 13, Caron, 11, and David, 7.  They are such great, fun, easy kids and we love being invited over! 

But seriously... is this what it's really like to be a mom?!?!


6:30 am: Wake up, make sure 3 kids are awake
7:00 am: Drive girls to school (15 mins away!)
7:30 am: Back at the house, get David ready for school
8:10 am: Drive David to school
8:30 am: Over to my house to do some vinyl work
9:00-12:00 am: Design, cut, and prep for mail 2 vinyl orders
12:00 pm: Design and make our own Christmas decoration
12:30 pm: Grocery store for special "1st Day of Channukah dinner recipe" ingredients
1:00 pm: Post office to mail vinyl orders
1:30-2:30 pm: Back at kids' house, begin making Challah bread
2:30 pm: Write new blog post for uVinyl blog
3:00 pm: David gets dropped off at home
3:10 pm: Leave with David to pick up girls from school
3:45 pm: Back at the house
3:45 - 4:00 pm: Help David with his homework
4:00 - 5:00 pm: Begin making soup for dinner and finish Challah bread
5:00 pm: Ben gets home
5:30 pm: Eat dinner
6:30 - 7:30 pm: Ben takes Hayley to church for activity
8:45 pm: All kids go upstairs to get ready for bed
8:50- 9:15 pm: Read scripture stories with David, help him fall asleep
10:00 pm: Go to bed.

When do you have time to shower?!?!?!?!
At least I got to spend a long time kneading something. 


  1. Is this family Jewish? Or do you just like celebrating Hannukah?

  2. Haha... Noooooo... I just like taking opportunities to learn and teach about other people and other holidays, especially when it involves new food! I had thought you would totally understand....



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