Where in the world did time go??? As of today I have a first grader and a fif fi fi . . . . fifth grader. I am so proud of my boys.
Nathaniel with his absolutely wonderful teacher. She is the most amazing teacher I have encountered yet, she has a way with kids and a passion for teaching that will be hard to beat. My boy has learned so much this year, he is confident and smart, social and just so well rounded. Thank you Ms. Norton for a great beginning.
Zach and one of his best buddies (I was asked not to request a picture of him and his teacher) This kid is not quite as fond of school, though he does well. He is very kind and compassionate.
By Daniel Bagley Elementary. The sad part is we are moving and won't be back next year. I started my day off with tears and to be honest I spent most of my day fighting them off. Pickup time was useless they just kept coming (I had sunglasses on. Smart hu!) I hate goodbyes
Daddy got home early tonight so we decided to go to one of our favorite summer spots for dinner.
After we ate we had a nice little walk at the marina.
Earlier today I was wondering why in the heck I had kids. I had NO idea how much they would mean to me. It is hard to wear your heart on your sleeve all the time.
I LOVE these 3 little peeps.
My fifth grader
And the 1st grader
Somehow I must find a way to slow down time. Mostly I need to remember to live in the moment . . . I think that will be my summer goal