Check out some toddler shoes for Matty
Go to the chiropractor
Pick up popcorn at the Farmer’s Market
I was all pumped up to knock out this to-do list by bike and as the morning hours started to fade away, I told myself that I should use the car instead. The kids haven’t been feeling well and as a result they are moody and irritable. And with the cloud cover and chill in the air today, I thought I was justified in using the car. Besides, with two kid seats on my bike, I am always intimated to go grocery shopping with both the kids because it seems to be difficult to fit all the groceries on the bike.
After a quick pep-talk, and scrapping the popcorn pick up which would have been a 20 minute out of the way detour, I got myself and the Little Z’s all geared up and out we went.
About ½ mile away from me was a woman from a resale group I’m a part of, selling shoes I thought would be a good fit for Matthew. It didn’t work out, but the short ride did convince me to head back home and pick up a sweater for all of us. For the first time in a while we had a misty cloud cover kind of day.
Then it was off to our chiropractic appointment.
After everyone was nicely aligned, we headed off to the local grocery store. On my way to the store, I was reminded once again that there is a new knitting store around the corner I’ve been meaning to stop by. So I U-turned up onto the sidewalk and as I was unloading the kids, the owner, Tina came out to welcome me. The store was opened and I got some Christmas yarn shopping out of the way. That wasn’t even on the list!
And since we were so close to the grocery store, Matthew decided he was going to walk alongside the bike while I pushed Dani, who was sitting in her seat. We made it there – not without him falling and scrapping his knee of course – but I did it!
To top it off, being out of the house helped everyone fell better…and tired which meant I got a quiet afternoon while the two Little Z’s got a much needed napped. What a lovely unplanned adventure we ended up having today. So glad we took the bike.