Arrrgghhh! Little League T-Ball has started, and while my older son loves it (the cool uniform jersey, pants, and matching hat sent him into ecstasy), the amount of time it sucks on Saturday mornings, along with trying to fit it around the little one's swim lesson (which he loves, too) is throwing off my entire week. It's making laundry strange (remember we don't have our own machine, and the one on our floor sucks, and our elevator's out for another 8 weeks still, so everything has to be hauled up and down four flights of stairs) and that throws things off even more.
Any tips for sequencing better? You guys will get halfway decent Ask Moxie posts during the week once I get out from under the pile of laundry and hauling kids to not-that-close sports fields.
(As an aside, at the opening ceremony following the opening parade for the Little League season, a priest from the local Catholic school gave a blessing. Which I thought was a strange and inappropriate conflation of church and open-league sports, but whatever. Anyway, part of the opening prayer was to "help the parents keep things in perspective." Which made me guffaw.)