A new year is upon us! I honestly can't believe how fast 2013 went by, mostly because I was exhausted for most of it. Last year really was the fastest year of my whole life and I think 2014 might just speed by as well. But I am loving our life and where we are. As a family, we've gotten used to the 4 of us and I am happy we are at the end of our time with newborns. Even though they're cute and cuddly and require no actual parenting, I am happy to have our two big boys.
Logan turned one a few weeks ago and since we'd already had his party early, it was fairly uneventful. Rhonda's holiday party happened to be on the same day, so he got to celebrate twice. The boys wore their pajamas to daycare that day, so when we went out for dinner as a family, they stayed in their pajamas! Luckily, we went to a pretty casual place that was not very busy yet.
Christmas and New Year's Eve flew by too. James loved opening presents and Logan loved chewing on wrapping paper. We are going to have an interesting time next year when Logan also wants to open presents and James is used to opening all of them. But there are worse problems to have and James has gotten used to sharing (at least a little bit).
My 31st birthday is coming up, but other than that, life is pretty quiet. I am glad we are done with the holiday madness and back to a schedule. I haven't really made a resolution this year, but I did start the Couch to 5K running program again and am hoping to do another 5K in March. Losing another 15 lbs is my ultimate weight loss goal, but if it took the whole year, I wouldn't be upset. Last year, I said I wasn't going to talk about weight loss, I was just going to do it. And I have managed that fairly well. Also, going to the gym is my only quiet, alone time ever, so I will continue to embrace it!
In the Spring, we will make some decisions regarding James and Pre-K. We are fairly sure that we make too much for James to automatically get to attend public Pre-K, but will still apply, in case there are extra spots available (HA!). We have decided that a full day Pre-K program is probably not something we're going to do, but a half day program would present other challenges. Mainly, it would mean that I would be using my lunch break to cart James between school and daycare. But when we find out for sure about the public Pre-K decision, we will look at our options again.