Last night Lily had her Christmas dance performance. It was adorable!!! I just love seeing her dance, and am grateful that she can be in dance. I always wanted to take dance growing up, but we couldn’t afford it. So I feel blessed to be able to give Lily these opportunities.
Today, I’m just going to continue working on my Christmas list, and hopefully can get most everything taken care of.
Try a new class at the gym, or check out a video at the library. One thing I’ve learned, is that it’s important to mix up your exercise routine. You don’t want to get stuck doing the same old thing. Not only does it prohibit you from seeing the kinds of results you’d like, but also begins to be drudgery. You want to spice it up, keep it exciting, kind of like marriage 🙂
Have a “Spa Day“. Well, wouldn’t that be nice to have an entire day of pampering and relaxation. Unfortunately that isn’t really possible for most of us 🙂 But we can just pretend lol. I’m going to get a babysitter, go get a facial, and run some errands. That’s a Spa Day enough for me. A little quiet time to myself is all I need sometimes to get me through the day, or the week 🙂 Here’s a website my friend told me about that has some awesome jewelry for moms. Maybe I’ll buy myself a little something too. www.smartmomjewelry.com
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Today I want to just focus on reading my parenting book throughout the day when possible.
Work on organizing and getting rid of toys, making room for the new. Hopefully I can get Lily to help me out with this, and to be excited about giving some of her toys away to kids that don’t have much. I just love being organized, so doing this will help me to not feel so overwhelmed with toys after Christmas. Here is another website my friend told me about. They sell these mom day planners. They look awesome!!! I may have to get myself one of these for the New Year. www.trulymoms.com
Just have a relaxing day with the family. No schedules, no “to do” lists. Just enjoy the moments 🙂