Oddly, they all seem to fall on the same days in the same two--three hour time frame.
Sarah has insisted to be in a two day a week ballet class because her favorite instructor, the school director, teaches it. She refuses to even sign up for a second choice. In her words "I will only be in that class and if that class if full, they need to make room for me."
Exactly 30 minutes after that class starts, the music class Dino wants to join begins. And there are no other options here. Music is one of the few things Dino truly loves, enjoys and looks forward to. I just cannot stop this class.
Then there is Miley. The theater we went to over the summer is putting on a fall play. Miley has been bitten by the acting/singing bug and wants to desperately be a part of the fall production. Before they go to every day practice, they have three day a week, two of which take place exactly 45 minutes after Sarah's ballet starts and 15 minutes after Dino's music class.
Oh and did I forget to mention this classes are not near each other, not even close. And the class time is right around evening rush hour?
I am thinking if I drive, drop-off, drive, drop-off, drive, drop-off, pick-up, drive, pick-up, drive and pick-up drive, Spanky and I will be spending exactly three hours in the car two days a week (it won't be so bad both days as Dino's music class is just one day a week).
We may need to buy some books on CD.