...you'd know it was weird that I was awake this early. It is.
However today was registration day for swimming lessons for Luca. Round 2.
Round 1 saw me forgetting and waking up 15 minutes after registration was open and being put on the wait list.
Today I was ready.
I was pre-registered.
I had the classes I wanted in my wish list (to be fair, as a mom who works out of the house, there are only 2 real options for a sub-2 year old, Saturday and Sunday).
I woke up at 6:15 a.m. (alarm was set for 6:20, but I was having nervous dreams about the registration).
I made a coffee...watched the countdown clock on the registration website.
As soon as the "enroll" button was activated, I CLICKED IT.
Sorry kid, this is the last time I'm getting up at 6:20 to try to register you.
I promise to throw you in the lake at the cottage this summer. You'll figure it out. I promise.
** is this a problem in the suburbs? Or is this just a city problem? I mean, I'm not going to move just for swimming, but I'd like to know if I can add it to the list of "things I strongly dislike about city living" or not.