Wednesday, September 12, 2012
I know this will be a great thing for her. She is more intelligent than most three year olds and this will give her an outlet to tap into her mind and creativity. She is light years ahead of most kids and I am excited to see her interact with her fellow preschoolers.
Saturday, September 8, 2012
Aunt Lindsay, her mom, Debbie and Addison and Rylan are apart of the family and we were so happy they were able to make it.
Andrew had an amazing time at the show. He was tense the whole time and screaming at the top of his lungs in either excitement or in anger if our purple pirate wasn't winning. At one point in the show, he was so tensed up and into the story line, I had to shake him and told him to relax. He looked at me and took a deep breath and then went back to watching the show. I thought it was so funny to see him physically have to relax himself because he was so worked up over which pirate was winning. Overall I think everyone had a fabulous time and I would defiantly do it again. Andrew had the time of his life and that is all that matters.
Friday, September 7, 2012
Wednesday, September 5, 2012
Really? Already? Seriously? I can't believe it, my Andrew is starting Transitional Kindergarten. Since he will be turning 5 in the fall, we had a choice to start him in kindergarten or transitional kindergarten. We opted for Transitional Kindergarten, which is considered a 2 year kindergarten. We were lucky to have him go to Cubberley Elementary School. His teacher's name is Mrs. McCormick. He was so excited to go to school. He looked so cute in his uniform and backpack on. It was raining for some stange reason this morning.
I think it was bitter-sweet for Allison to say goodbye to her big brother. She had to do it the last two years when he was in preschool, but they were inseperable all summer long. She was proud of him and I think a little excited to be the only big kid at home.