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First Day of First Grade

Looking a little nervous but ready to go!
Once the sisters were involved it was less stressful!
Okay mom can this photo shoot be over yet?
Waiting in line with the rest of the cute first graders.

I was so relieved to see that many of Dalton's friends from his class last year will also be in his class again this year. You know us first time First Grade Mom's tend to panic a little. We rush over during lunch hour to make sure that school lunch was actually served on the first day and that it was something that kids might actually eat. I know, I know you are all saying "How crazy is she really?" Luckily the new teacher was very patient with me and so now I am fine. ( well mostly!)
Anyway it is good to be back on a routine gotta love year round school!






Comments

CFMama said…
School already in July? Am I missing something?
Janae said…
Yay! School back in session... the kids are getting so big!
~Brenda said…
What cute kids!!

Our school starts the 17th of August, and I thought that was way too early!!

~Brenda
Tara said…
The more I hear about year round school the more I think I might actually like it. Luckily, we have 4 more years before we have to worry about that! Good luck in the first grade, Dalton. I remember my first grade year very well.
Tim said…
So glad that it went so well!

Love and Prayers,

Tim
Girly Do's said…
Oh boy--- I am seeing lots of back to school blog post. I guess i better accept my kids are growing up too. I am a nervous mom too and would have been worried about the same thing. Will my kid eat?

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