"They will be called oaks of righteousness, a planting of the Lord for the display of his splendor."
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
A happy first day of school!
My boys had their first day of school on Monday. I officially have a Kindergartner and Second grader!! AHHHH! Somehow that makes me feel so old!
Luke was so excited about starting Kinder. SO excited. There were absolutely NO tears, no hesitation or even nervousness on his part. Just excitement. It helps that he went there last year for Pre-K and we really didn't make it a huge deal, you know building it up and talking about it a lot. We did talk about it, but tried to find the balance of making it exciting without making it nerve-wracking. It also helps that he is sitting next to one of his best buddies.
Well, let me correct that, he was sitting next to one of his best buddies. Apparently, that lasted 2 days before they talked too much and had to be separated. All good things must come to an end.
I think the thing that he was most excited about on Monday morning was wearing his uniform. Last year in PK he didn't wear a uniform, so he has seen Caleb wearing his now for 2 years. I caught him looking at himself in the mirror several times - pretty proud of how he looked in his uniform!
Caleb was pretty excited too. This is his third year at his school and he loves it there. He, too, was super thrilled that a lot of the kids who were in his class last year are also in his class this year. Including his best friend! Oh, and the girl that he has had a crush on for a couple of years. But we won't talk about that!
The new school year is so bittersweet for me. I really am happy for them and feel so blessed that they go to school where they get to learn about Jesus everyday from teachers who really love and have a relationship with Him. I love their school and their friends and that I get to be involved as room mama, but there is still sadness that they go somewhere without me everyday and have fun.
See..these are faces of boys who know they are going to go and have fun. And I really am happy for them.