Another obstacle of opposite schedules in parenting in shifts. He has the morning shift and I have the rest of the day, which includes Damien arriving home from school mid-afternoon and dinner. This, at times, gets challenging. It is much easier to parent together, but once again the opposite schedule doesn't allow for this to happen. Andrew already pulls off being up for 30 hours or so straight at the beginning of the each week, so sacrificing any more time to being up over sleeping is out of the question. For now, we are going to keep on going on the track we are on. It's working for us besides that fact that we miss each other. One of our goals for the summer is to go on one childless date. The last date we had was the night before our wedding so we are long overdue. We know that this life transition is something we must do to get to the next step in life. I know it's going to be worth it.
Her version of dogsledding? (no dogs were injured in the making of this mess)