Be honest. I'm pretty sure my DH's answer is already "yes, anything that costs me more money would be crazy."
The boys' preschool has a summer program for June and July. Originally I was just going to keep them in on Tuesdays and Thursdays. I'm starting to get really nervous about what the heck I'm going to do with them all summer with the new baby though. Usually on MWF morning we go and do stroller strides, but that isn't going to be a real option right after I have a baby. My MIL will be off work and my SIL will be home, but they aren't going to come over ever day. It'll be hot, we probably won't be able to just play outside constantly. If we even have to stay home all day for ONE day they are losing their ever loving minds by dinner time...
So I may have technically enrolled them 5 mornings per week for June and July. In my defense I had gotten myself pretty worked up as I stood in line for registration for 45 minutes and was in kind of a panic mode about the whole thing. That's probably why they made it take so long. Dammit. They win.
So I am pretty sure I could still pull them out of MWF if I wanted to, without a penalty. The registration fee was the same either way. Is this a really crazy idea? I'm mean I'm a SAHM and also the baby isn't due until the end of June. OR, is this a genius way to avoid Total Meltdown Syndrome (TMS), which I definitely had a major touch of after Leo and Charlie.
Also, WTF am I going to do in August. MIL back to work, SIL back to school, no preschool, no stroller strides....I'm just going to skip August this year I think.