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A very successful first day of preschool

standard September 10, 2009 3 responses

I might be all wrapped up in my Kindergarten search, but C still has a whole year to go before that even comes into play. A year she’s spending at a brand new preschool. (Well, new for her. The school itself has been around for a while!)

In fact, today was her very first day at her new school and she couldn’t wait to get started. Every day this summer we waved to the school on our way to daycare. A few weeks ago I took her on a tour. And then we learned that her best friend from daycare would be in her class. After that there was no containing her.

First day of preschool dress!
And the bear she got the day she was born.


This afternoon when we finally pulled into our parking spot and got out of the car she did a double fist pump (yes, even the 4yo set know how to fist pump) and raced towards the main doors. I had trouble keeping up. Three minutes later she was signed in and playing.

C and her daycare buddy.
Doing what they do at daycare every day.
I stayed for the whole session, but it was purely for my benefit. She didn’t need me there at all. She was even able to find her own name on her box.

And she lapped up all the art projects that were set up in the room.

Paint stampers!

And then there was circle time. Or rather huddle around the teacher’s feet time. She read them The Kissing Hand and I had to fight back tears. And I’m sure I wasn’t the only one.

We wrapped up the class time with a rousing time on one of the school’s three playgrounds. C was a huge fan of the swing. I think the teacher was a huge fan of C.

We wrapped up the rest of the day with some frozen yogurt. My baby and I and a couple of preschool friends, talking about how great a first day it was.

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3 responses

  • Wonderful!

    As a teacher, I can’t imagine working with all those parents around…but pre-school is world’s away from 4th grade (where she’ll be in a blink of an eye.)

  • I love the picture of her with the bear. It reminds me so much of my daughter’s first day of school earlier this year. I took her picture in our front yard as she held on to her favorite Spongebob blanket and sported a huge smile.

    This age is wonderful because they’re so excited about learning new things and making new friends. I’m still having a hard time believing I have a child in preschool. Where did the time go?

  • Looks like she had a wonderful time and really enjoyed herself. They grow up so fast though. My baby started college this month. sigh.

    Your daughter is gorgeous too, her hair is so pretty.

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