This is the first week of the new study period.
I’m studying again after having a few months off.
Because those few months were promising to be very busy, I made the decision to skip the study period.
And now I’ve realized the next few months are promising the same level of busy.
In fact, the next few years are promising this level of busy-ness.
As such I’ve decided that I am, in fact, a crazy person.
Studying from home with three small children.
It sounds sane enough.
Unless you know my children.
Fraser is currently trying to ride a dump truck he received from Roo for his birthday.
It’s a $5 job and has a zero weight limit.
Needless to say I’ve had to reattach the tray multiple times.
Oscar is walking around clutching his Ted and his concrete truck. Until Fraser drops his dump truck.
Then Oscar swoops in and nicks the dump truck and leaves Fraser howling on the ground like someone tried to poke his eyes out.
Which is probably how Oscar got hold of the truck in the first place.
Roo has been quiet this morning.
Which generally means I’m up for a loud and tantrummy afternoon.
And somewhere in between the 6 loads of washing, kitchen, bathroom, folding, baking and vacuuming, I’ve got to find time to do the weekly reading materials and tutorial exercises before the live tutorial tonight.
Not to mention my supervisory duties.
Because no one likes walking into a room and finding one kid standing on the arm of the couch, one standing on top of the TV unit and one in the corner surrounded by the entire contents of ones computer desk drawers.
However, I am determined not to fall behind.
I will do this.
Even if it means the dulcet tones of toddler screeches increases temporarily.
It’s worth it.