This is particularly evident to me as I look back over my past blog posts. I now have a picky eater. My kids aren't always thrilled about green smoothies and, in fact, eat cereal way too often. I haven't even done my once-a-month-shopping since the last baby was born. My tips to keep kids well completely fell apart in the last month and a half. I can either berate myself for my fickleness or remember that seasons change.
2. Sometimes we have to go to Plan
This happens most often during our homeschool day. We rarely go by a certain schedule. Perhaps that is the product of a disorganized mother, but I find that fitting things in seems to go better for us right now. It works kind of like this:
Plan A: Get up at 6:00 and have devotions and exercise before my husband leaves for work.
After being awakened 5 times in one night by my infant that refuses to keep a schedule...
Plan B: Get up with my husband and see him off to work before having devotions and fit in exercise during baby's nap.
After the baby decides to eat and play after Daddy leaves for work, leaving me to wonder if I comprehended anything from my devotional reading and refuses to nap more than 20 minutes for the next 6 hours...
Plan C: Ditch exercise other than carrying a 16 pound weight with me while doing deep knee bends in front of the dryer and stretches to fix breakfast with one arm.
And so on...sound familiar? I hope so!