15 Jan restoring our energy
Then, she made Miles toast with almond butter and served him a bowl of Greek yogurt. She poured glasses of milk. She spilled. She cleaned up the spills. She sighed and said, “this is harder than I thought.” And, she kept going.
Miles wanted to help too. He fed the pets and asked if he could make juice.
In the end, B ran out of time, so we threw some food into her lunch box and left for school with her shoes in her hand and not on her feet. But she was proud of herself, and I was surprised and impressed by what she and Miles can accomplish when I get out of their way.
Tomorrow, she wants to go to her swim coaches’ houses and make breakfast for them. She acted out at practice yesterday, and she wants to give them their energy back. (Thankfully she doesn’t know where they live… I’m not sure they want a visitor at 6 a.m.!)