Harper has been taking Tae Kwon Do for a few months now. She won a free month and a uniform, so she decided she would give it a try. She is loving it. She was named student of the month for September. She is testing for her yellow belt on Friday. She has class on Tuesday and Thursday. Then sparring on Fridays, plus another optional class on Saturdays. I think it has been great for her, but it is time consuming.
Harper is also a Brownie Scout this year. She is still with the same troop. I have been helping out more with the troop this year, which has been really fun. She is part of such a great group of girls.
I have a conference scheduled for next week with his teacher. I am a little anxious to see what she has to say about Miller. He doesn't provide much feedback when I ask him questions about his day. When he gets a card pulled, he can never remember why (of course). He has only pulled his card a few times, so I am hoping this isn't an issue.
Harper and Miller continue to have the typical relationship. They either love each other or hate each other. They still hold hands most days when I pick them up from school and they are walking to the car. It is the cutest thing ever. Most of the time they play really well together, which make the afternoons that we are home much more enjoyable. Since we are on the go so much now, they seem to cherish the time we are home more.