Sunday, January 10, 2010

Lazy Sunday

It's Sunday, and you'd think the kids would be sleeping in. No, they're wide awake at the crack of dawn, ready to fill their day with loads of fun. Why can't they wake up like this on a school day? I get up, still very sleepy and quickly put on a sweater, and some socks. The cold snap in southern Ontario continues - mind you, our house is an old one so there's a few cold drafts here and there; and walking barefoot inside the house is not recommended during these typical Canadian winters. I head downstairs, and J.P greets me with a morning smile and hug. A.R is already playing Wii! He didn't have breakfast yet! So, I'm off to the kitchen, preparing toast, and boiling eggs. And my mind runs down the list of things to do today. Church, errands and laundry are all on the agenda. Can't forget the basketball game too! Will I have my lazy Sunday I've been dreaming about?

How do you spend your Sundays? I hope it's a lazy one.

11 comments:

  1. Thanks for visiting my blog :)

    It really depends on the Sunday! I like to stay busy though!

    Wishing you a lazy day after all!

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  2. How did I not know you were in Southern Ontario! The weather is so awful here!
    No lazy Sunday here. My girls had a sleepover here last night and the house is full of giggles...and coffee:)

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  3. It never ceases to amaze me that they ALWAYS wake up early on a non-school day. I've even tried to tell them that we did have school to no avail. Today, my schedule looks very similar to yours except we will be watching football this afternoon! So, I will get 3 hours of lazy surrounded by 21 hours of busy! LOL!

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  4. Oh I spend Sundays cleaning usually... and chasing after a toddler. Not really a lazy day for me! LOL

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  5. We decided to play hooky from church today and sleep in. Something we don't usually do. But with all the stress our family has been under we needed to rest.

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  6. i didn't realize that you are in southern ontario either. I'm just outside of toronto. No other bloggers seem to understand my distaste for the cold :)

    My sundays aren't any different from my other days yet. Babies don't recognize weekends haha

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  7. My whole entire childhood I remember having lazy Sundays... and then I started working and I dreaded working Sundays because my body was just so used to sleeping in and everything. Now, having Riley... I wish I could teach her about lazy Sundays.
    xx

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  8. Church, laundry, errands, and lots of play play play. We never get a "lazy day" :)

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  9. I love Sundays, we truly try to make it a day or rest and worship. I think we still get up early for the most part, but it's so wonderful not to have to dress and run out the door. Nothing like hanging out in your pj's until noon. It is a great day for breakfast at our home - one of the few opportunities we have.

    Kristin

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  10. I slept in, and of course my teens too. They never seem to get enough sleep LOL.

    Following you now, hope you'll follow me back at Hip2bMom ;)

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  11. It drives me nuts that my kids are up so early on weekends and holidays...then on school days I literally DRAG them out of bed. Our sunday's are mellow, church, grocery shopping, and being LAZY!

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