Ellie was a Native American for her Thanksgiving program this year. She had to memorize 2 lines, and she did a great job. She sang many songs and waited patiently for her part. Afterwards, we all joined her in the Kindergarten Thanksgiving Feast!
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It has been a long time since the two girls have been at the same place, with the same hours. We have arrived, at last, again.
They are pumped to be starting school, and are looking forward to a great year.
Ellie turned 5 on Saturday. I will have a post honoring her 5th birthday soon (hopefully), but I wanted to highlight something she said this morning.
Today is May Crowning for the preschool. I have never figured out why it is on a different day than the main school, so we continue to live in 2 different worlds. Ellie came downstairs this morning and discovered a few flowers in the kitchen. She ran back to my bathroom to ask me if I had bought them. (She delights in all things “lovely.”) She was thrilled that we had flowers in the kitchen. I told her, while toothbrush in mouth, that they were for May Crowning.
She contorted her face and thought for a few seconds. Then she said, “So I need to bring all my crowns to school?”