Peter is officially a kindergartener!
He was super excited to get moving and a little too happy to tell his brother that he couldn’t go to daycare because he was going to school. We HAD to go in the main doors, because that’s what he did at orientation. I could tell he was a tad timid when we actually entered the school. It was really crowded though so I don’t blame him. We found his hook and went into his classroom. There was a boy and girl he already knew and that was all he needed. Peter couldn’t sit still even for me to take a picture. He gave me a quick hug and told me I could go. I’m so happy that he was confident and felt comfortable. I, on the hand, left with very mixed emotions of pride and sadness. My baby isn’t a baby anymore.
When I went to pick him up after school, he ran to me with the biggest smile. He couldn’t wait to tell me he had a hamburger for lunch and even got chocolate milk. We’ll have to work on getting more details than just lunch but it’s a start.
The best part was that he was excited to go back again for day two. He even got three stickers for being a good listener. He had the big chest when he explained you didn’t just get three all together. You had to get one, then two, and then three. I couldn’t be any prouder!