Early start to a long day, but we are all excited about Avi's new school muffin breakfast! Heehee. We are motivated by food.
I'm guess I would feel that way whether he starts in August or the beginning of September. I know he is going to do great. He is confident and friendly. Those two things will take you very far. I am more worried about me. I fret that I didn't spend enough time with him. When I really stop and look at him I realize that he is not all grown up like I imagine him to be, he is still so little. And I see my baby again.
Then, it was off to the gym. When I went to pick him up from child watch afterwards he was sitting and saying "BA!" with great delight to a little girl
blowing eating bubbles.
Jumped right back in the car to pick up Nandini. She wanted to show me the dominoes at camp. I showed them reading rainbow the other day and the dominoes scene left quite an impression. It's so awesome how they love 80s kids shows as much as I do.
We started calling him a bear long before he took a fancy to this (stuffed) black bear. He loves to roar. He is slowly learning animal sounds right now. He knows bear, lion and T. Rex (roar), and dog (woo'woof). He says ba a lot but could care less about sheep.
She had to do it too then. We looked around for Avi a lot before we left but couldn't find him.
When taking pictures I tend to focus on my kids. It is usually a transition time, like eating a meal or getting ready to go somewhere. Their faces and little moments in time.
I have been trying to capture other moments as well. Little moments of beauty around me.
So much joy.
Feels good knowing we are raising him to make good decisions. More than a little relieved that he didn't bring random animal bones. Which is good because just thinking about it is making me queasy.
After we got home. She was saying something really adorable and I thought I would, but I really can't remember it at all.