Friday, September 5, 2008

Back to School


I am now the mother of a kindergartner! How did that happen? I have to say that I was a little emotional about this. I thought for sure I'd be one of those moms that of course missed their child while at school, but at the same time secretly relished the extra free time. However, I have never put my child in the hands of a stranger for 7 hours! Luckily, Logan got a fabulous lady who just screams "kindergarten teacher." Not to mention she's also the mom of 3 young boys...yay she "gets" boys! I really feel like Logan hit the jackpot with her. I, of course, worried how he would do, being gone all day. When I picked him up he had a huge smile on his face and said he had a great time. When I asked him what his favorite part was he said everything! Don't you love the enthusiasm? He loved showing all the kids his Batman thermos during lunch. He also informed me that his lunch is a "cold lunch" while the lunch at the school is a "hot lunch" and it's not called a library it's now the "media center." I'd better start reading up on all the new lingo! :)

8 comments:

Naoma SW said...

I swear that ou just moved to MN and were preggo with him!! How the heck is he already in kindergarten?!? Time really flies.. he looks like a stud and am glad that he liked his first day!

BnMspanier said...

Yay for logan! Both of them hehe my logan today saw the school bus and really wants to go! Im like hunny in 3 years lol its seems like so long away but i know its going to fly by! Congrats on your kindergartner!

Malallory said...

Yeah, jeez Angie, didn't you know the distinctions between lunches? And I thought you were informed. :D
Ha ha, Logan is the bomb. He gets so excited about life, I love it.

Mari W said...

7 hours is a LONG time!! Sheesh, whatever happened to halfday kindergarten?
He looks very grown up, I'm glad you like his teacher, it makes all the difference!

Tawnya said...

Congratulations Logan on your first day of school. He is going to rock. I wish I was still in Kindergarten! Angie, congratulations on your courage and bravery in sending your son to school. You are going to do great!

Kelly and Jill Burk said...

Ok so your blog answered all my questions that I posted on your wall on Facebook. Logan sure is tall in that picture. I am glad to read that he had a great time. School ROCKS!!!

Shelby said...

Great blog, Angie!
I can't believe Logan's in school either. Michael's in 1st grade and a very responsible dude. Your guy is so grown up!

Anson said...

I'm with Mari, where is the half day to warm up to the whole thing? I know around here they still go half. Congrats on sending him off. I am not looking forward to that day. Karlene