Thursday, 8 October 2009

Crazy schedules.

I just don't know how we are going to get through this winter sane.

We heard from Boy Oneder's houseleague coach tonight. Boy Oneder is playing for a hockey league in Toronto, on their Select team. This league's rule is that if you want to play Select, and you are chosen to play on said Select team, then you also have to play Houseleague. So, after hearing from his coach tonight, here is his schedule:

Saturday mornings, from 8:30 to 9:30 - Select Practice (ice)
Sunday mornings, rotating from 7:15 to 1:00 each week - Houseleague Game
Thursday nights, from 7:00 to 8:00 - Select Practice (dryland boot camp)
Friday nights from 9:00 to 10:00 - Houseleague Practice
He is also guaranteed four tournaments, which will tie up the entire weekend. Our first one is December 4th in Niagara Falls, New York.

Middleman is in the midst of tryouts for rep soccer. He was there last night and tonight and has to go back on Saturday for the final cut. He is also playing Houseleague hockey. He hasn't made the soccer team yet, but if he does, it will be twice a week, with tournaments mixed in over weekends. His Houseleague Hockey schedule is practices on Saturday mornings (anywhere from 7:15 to 1:00, rotating) and games on Sundays, any time of the day on a rotating basis.

And so my dear readers, I need a personal assistant. Anyone interested?

In other news, I worked from 7:30 this morning to 6:15 tonight, with no lunch break. Work is just crazy busy. Sigh.

I am SO looking forward to this weekend...Thanksgiving, aka TURKEY DAY!!!! I get two turkeys this year...MIL's on Sunday and Mom's on Monday! WOOT! Pin It


Proud Parents of Halainah Grace said... have your hands full! You better take double doses of Vitamins. You need to remain healthy in order to keep up with that demanding schedule! Enjoy your turkey day...yum yum!!

mapsgirl said...

You need a MomAgenda!!

It's what I use to keep track of what everyone is doing.

On each 2-page spread is one week. For each day there is a place for each person. It's great!

Here the agenda:

Here is what a week looks like:

I love mine and can't live without it...and my kids are nowhere near as busy as yours.

Karin said...

I agree with Wendy - make sure you have a good scheduler. I still just use my Outlook calendar because I can download that schedule to my "portable devices" or print out hard copies for Mike or to carry in my brief case. Outlook also lets you "color code" things so I have all the practices/games for one team in one color and games or events for another team another could even color code by kid.

You will be busy - but just think of what your schedule will look like once Julian joins his brothers on the ice! Sheesh and I stress out about the schedule of ONE! LOL

Enjoy and take lots of pictures!

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