I am anxiously checking the clock waiting for it to strike 12:30 pm so that I can pick you up from your first day of pre-school. You didn't cry when we left you in the classroom. Instead you sat at the Soupie sized table and colored with another little girl. You waved at me through the window and blew me a kiss and I had to put on my dark sunglasses because I was crying. You have grown up so much this summer and when you walked into the classroom any little part of you that was "baby" was gone. You are so not my baby anymore. My kid who carries on conversations with me all day long. My kid who doesn't even need me to help flush the toilet. I know that you are going to love school and that's good because I expect lots of post-graduate studies and degrees from you! ( no pressure!) This is just the beginning of a whole new chapter in our lives and like with everything else, your Dad and I are here for you 100%. We will always be here for you 100%. And not just us but our whole family. I am very proud of you today (and everyday). You are growing into the person you are going to become. You are smart and talented and friendly. I love you so much Dupa. You are my big girl and I can't wait to get to your classroom, hug you and hear all about your first day.
Tuesday, September 02, 2008
Fly My Little Butterfly
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
Dirt Road Diary- Berdoo Canyon
It had been awhile but Joey recently convinced me to head out on an off-roading adventure. Mostly because the San Berdoo trail ends inside J...
Lately Louie has been waking up in the middle of the night crying. And not just, "I woke up and I can't go back to sleep&quo...
How did this get past me? How did I never hear about this? Yesterday we put in Happy Feet for The Phi to watch. She was not interested and w...
I love pop punk music. That's it. Forever and always it will always make me happy and I will listen to it even when I am like 65. It...
You must be so PROUD! I envy you.ReplyDelete
I knew I should have brought a box of kleenex for you! ;]ReplyDelete
They grow up so fast don't they?ReplyDelete
aaawww! I almost need a box of kleenex myself after reading that.ReplyDelete
Mine turns one in a couple weeks. I can't believe it. We were just talking about how it won't be long before she stars school. *sigh*