Today is, officially, the day. Peekaboo is heading to Play School in her new shirt (thank you Great Gramma!) and sunny, smilie face! She takes the bus, stays for the whole morning...she even had homework!! (Today they are talking about Grandparents and she was to bring in some photos!) Have a great day, Kiddo!!
Wednesday was the first full morning of 4-year-old Play School. Peekaboo picked her outfit (thank you Gramma M!) She was packed and ready and eager to get to 'school'. I can't believe how big she looks! My Baby!!
She had a great morning and is happy to see a few familiar faces in her 'class'. The bus starts on Monday, yahoo! She is happy and so am I, it means Ezra and I don't have to get up, dressed, fed, and into the van to drive her there!
What a fantastic way to spend the weekend! The weather was spectacular, the Fall Fair and Trade Show was at the arena, Tim didn't have to work....All-in-all, Fab!!
The kids had a picnic dinner in the yard tonight, taking advantage of the warmth while we can...it was 27 degrees this evening! Amazing! And, of course, Peekaboo "the poser" couldn't pass up an opportunity!
Peekaboo loves going to check the mail. A very unique part of living in a remote area is getting great stuff in the mail. We were greeted by a terrific surprise from Great-Gramma McCullough, to Peekaboo's great joy! Ezra was unsure what the hullabaloo was about....?!?
After opening said package, and gleefully parading about with her new 'pinky-pink' clothes, Peekaboo told me she needed paper and her pencil crayons. When asked "Why?" she responded, as only a 3 3/4 year-old can, "So I can make a Thank you"....and so she did....Not bad, eh?
Ezra celebrated in his own way, by going outside and getting disgusting-He got some new clothes too, maybe this was an attempt to get me to put them on him....?
I am a certified Teacher, who has choosen to stay home with my 2 adorable children! I also look after other people's children, and make cakes, and sew, and crochet, and have a part-time job with eyeGO....life is never dull!