Our summer has come to an end and it is time for school to start. We have had a great summer but I am ready to get back into a routine. I am a little sad that we now have to be somewhere 5 mornings a week and can't stay home for jammie day. I am sure we will survive. Hadley has been talking about the first day of school since our vacation to Texas. While we were there we let her pick out a first day of school outfit. Our girly girl could not wait to wear it. On Tuesday we went to finish paper work and meet her teacher. I will tell you that at one point when I was in the first of two paper work lines and had been there for 30 minutes already, I was considering walking out and just forgetting the whole school thing. But then I remembered it wasn't about me and Hadley will thrive at school. She is such a social little girl and wants to learn about everything. I am so excited to see all the new things she learns this year. She loved meeting her teacher and I know they are going to have fun this year.
Today was her first day of school. She only went for an hour this morning with 4 of her classmates. Monday will be her first full morning of school with all 22 students there. We celebrated the first day of school by going out for donuts with daddy. We also had to take a few pictures before leaving.
Jillian was on the run this morning and it was hard to get a picture of her. She wanted to go to school this morning but will have to wait a few more weeks.
When I picked her up from school she talked a mile a minute about everything. She kept stressing that they had kid sized computers. She also said there was a real dog there but didn't scream and stayed in line. If you know Hadley this is a big deal. She said, "Mom, it was short and I didn't even need my kissing hand. But I might need it on Monday when I am there longer." I said she was probably right. I didn't want to tell her that I had to use my kissing hand a few times in the hour she was gone and I think Jillian did too. We tried to keep busy at the library and grocery store but felt a little lost without our Hadley. I am sure we will get used to the change and it will all be good! Now off to the first dance class of the year.
Watching Him Do What He Does by The Pioneer Woman
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