Thursday, August 18, 2005

First Day

I didn't make it into work yesterday. My baby started kindergarten. He did great- sat right down in his seat and started coloring. Looked up and smiled for the pictures. Didn't even notice when we left. I did have to drag hubby away from his class room. Said he wanted to just stand there and watch when class started. He probably could have stood there all day.

Afterwards, we took the little one to her day care and then went to breakfast. I really didn't feel like going to work after that, so instead we went home and took a nap. Then went to the grocery store and I prepared a special meal- snacky type stuff for dinner and a fruit pizza for dessert. Then dad and the boy headed off to sign up for teeball. It's all happening so fast. They don't stay babies for long, do they?


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Dani Kekoa said...

They don't stay babies for long, do they?
Isn’t that the truth!

Makes you wonder why parents would put their children in daycare all day long for someone else to watch grow up.

It really is sad that to think that your son “didn't even notice when you left.” Breaks my heart!

Already, the government school has you convinced that parents are irrelevant.


Courtney said...

Our job as parents is to allow our children to grow into independent, responsible adults.

And the satan reference has as much affect on me as the tooth fairy. They both exist in the same place- someone else's mind.

Anonymous said...

I can see why you wouldn't want your kids taught in the public schools not only because they are evil as you imply, they might also be taught, I don't know, possibly HOW TO THINK FOR THEMSELFS. They might question the myths associated with the bible and discover things like the biblical flood never happened and the source of your religion and how there is no proof that christ existed at all.

Anonymous said...

Wow. I'll certainly file this one under "missing the point entirely".