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Dalton's Farewell to Preschool...

We went to Preschool Graduation at the Bingham Creek Library on Wednesday night.  It was pretty cute.  They did all sorts of songs and even a little dancing.  Dalton had such a cute class this past year.  They have all grown up so much.  
He looks bored here but he was just a little nervous and he was waiting his turn to get his diploma

Amy Funk was his teacher.  She is so great she does a wonderful job.  I can't wait for Peyton to go in the fall.


Jessup Jive said…
Congratulations Dalton, I can't believe how old they are getting!
R Clan said…
Oh how quickly they grow.
Yeah! Dalton! Kindergarten so soon!? Where did the time go? What will mom do with 2 gone for a few hours a week? I loved your list of things you miss; the Sunday afternoon naps is so Bryce. I also love your scrap project. I can order now, it is June... :) Send another email and I'll getter done.

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