What! This blog still exists? I know I know... let me take you back to August 2015 where I left off ;)
I cannot believe this day is here. She's always seemed so big and grown up to us because well...she is...grown up and mature for her age that is. But she's still so little and only been on this earth for a little over 5 1/2 years. The fact that she was extremely excited and not nervous at all made it a tab bit easier on this momma's heart to leave her this day.
2028 will be here before we know it. Don't blink.
Of course dad made it a priority to be there that day.
Yes I cried when I left her. I cried the whole first week and the whole second week. They allowed us to walk them to class the first two weeks. By day two she wanted to go in by herself so I let her. That hurt my heart so from day three through week two I walked her in everyday :) She still looks so tiny to me walking in next to all the other kids. I missed her dearly during the day. Gone are the days of mommy and me classes, pajama days and morning play dates. What I wouldn't give to go back.
The drop off line the first two weeks was a S*@% show!
Waiting anxiously to pick up my girl.
Oh I was ecstatic to see her! We celebrated the first day with frozen yogurt ...
along with the rest of Flower Mound ha!
He thinks she's just great. I do too!
She absolutely loves school, she is doing incredibly well and reading at a 1st/2nd grade level. At our first parent teacher conference I was told she is such a joy, a helper and great friend to her classmates. She was even chosen (two kids from every class got picked) to be a part of a "friendship" group. She would be helping troubled kids make better decisions and showing them what it means to be a friend. When I was leaving her teacher said "She's perfect" then kinda corrected herself and said "well nobody's perfect but you know what I mean" Lol, I don't think you're supposed to tell a parent that but it had me beaming. We couldn't agree more. She's so easy and just a joy to be around, she makes us incredibly proud. Having Brielle is like having another adult in the house ha.