1. He made lots of friends. He knows all the kids, but none of their names.
2. He didn't get to play in the castle because it was the Redbirds' and Yellowbirds' turn for that.
3. He knew which bathroom to use because it had a picture of a boy on the door. They don't have potties on the wall like at church, but they did have stools, so he still got to stand up to use the potty.
4. He ate all his lunch and another boy had a Transformer's lunch box. He is his friend. No, he doesn't know his name.
5. When I asked him what was his favorite part he said, "When you picked me up and brought me this toy."
He said he loves school and he can't wait to go back again. He seems so big now! No matter how many children you have, it's hard to watch them take that first step into the real world. It's a little harder when they are crying and clinging to you, but it was just as hard seeing that big smile, and watching him run right into the classroom. I know he will continue to enjoy school. I just hope he remembers not everybody wants to have a fight to the death during recess!
A little pre-preschool exercise in our pj's (while waiting on Jackson and Mia's carpool)
Jackson picked out this lunchbox for Parker, and he is so proud of it.
Hittin' the road to Tree House
Prizes waiting for Parker
"Great first day" smile