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First Day of Kindergarten

Okay so really it was the second day of Kindergarten, because for the second year in a row I have completely forgotten my camera on the first day of school. Hello! I remembered it for first grade what is it about K that makes me forget. (The actual first day was Tuesday but I am a little slow posting!)

Peyton and Dalton LOVE riding the bus it is the highlight of school attendance as far as they are concerned. I couldn't help snapping this great shot of them walking to school. Of course if you could have witnessed this you would have seen my two year old dragging on my leg screaming "Carry me! Carry me!" I am sure that I provide comedy for the entire neighborhood even at 8 am!

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amber said…
Hey! Thanks for stopping by my blog! How fun to come from BlogFrog!
Beautiful children! Those pictures bring back memories of my school days and posing in front of our house for pictures. I did not enjoy it. :)
Joni said…
She looks gorgeous of course! She was more than ready to go, I'm sure. I'm glad I'm not the only mom who forgets things. Yesterday I realized I forgot to send Dallin to scouts, again! I'm not sure how to remember everything. Let me know if you figure it out.
Jane said…
What a cute kindergartener! Tell her I am sorry I didn't have her over yesterday. It was definately one of those days. I came home, put my kids down for quiet time and next think I knew I was waking up almost two hours later. I hope you didn't see my lack of patience or tiredness when we saw you at the store.
Summer said…
I am on the countdown to Kindergarten. One more year.

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