Registering for swimming lessons in Strathcona County might as well be a contact sport. The first time around the website crashed, I couldn’t get back on and I couldn’t get those damn swimming lessons into our cart. Finally, I was able to get her registered and the only class that was available was Sunday Mornings. Sunday Mornings, 8 am – bright and early. Guaranteed to create a trainwreck later on in the day for the four year old that isn’t used to getting up at this hour.
The first swimming lesson we were late and Olivia was nervous so she spent the first ten minutes of the class being coaxed to go into the water. The next one, she ran right in their. The third class, Jamie calls me and asks me I have the email confirmation for the swimming lessons.
No. Click it registration doesn’t automatically send you an email (don’t get me started with this) so I looked at the session dates for the first session, assuming that’s what I registered her in and wrote them into my iCalander not realising that she’s booked into the second session.
Turns out, her name isn’t on the list.
The third swimming lesson (halfway through the classes) and her name isn’t on the list.
Dammit. Mom fail.
I promise never to complain again about the seven emails that we got confirming the details for Sherwood Park skating lessons.
But I’ll probably be too busy to complain sucking up to Jamie by letting him play GTA5 all day while I watch the kids. How embarrassing.