Not everything is going, though. We did decided to spend a little bit of money for some summer activities for the kids so that I can have a little reprieve with the new baby around. They will be taking a ceramics class once a week starting at the end of May and lasting until mid-July, will be doing swimming lessons for two weeks in June, and then will do a week of art camp at the end of July. All of this is through the pretty awesome Opelika Parks and Recreation department. I tried to find activities that they could do together based on their ages to make my life easier. There will be a whole lot more choices when they both get to school age, but for now, this is enough. And, of course, there's always the library's summer reading program and a few days at Miss Kay's house. It will be a full, but restful summer as we keep giving this debt a swift kick in the pants!