Thursday, August 27, 2009

Kindergarten

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This boy is starting Kindergarten today. I think we'll both love it.

His private 'assessment' with the teacher yesterday was hilarious. In many aspects he did better than I ever thought he would. Counted to 100 all by himself - except he proudly said "1,000!" at the end instead of 100. :) I heard him get stumped on recognizing a letter and wondered which one it was. Turns out it was 'A'.

garden quilt show

Here's a little sneak peak of the quilt show last night. I'll post more pictures later. Time to fill more boxes.

6 comments:

  1. Ugh....dialup is sooooooo slow but it was totally worth it....brought back so many memories of my two when they were in Kindergarten...sooooo sweet! Congrats on the counting to 1000!;)
    Now I'm still waiting for the quilt picture to come up....*fingers tapping on the desk*

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  2. Although all of my children are grown with families of their own, I still remember their first day of Kindergarten. They were always so excited as they gave me their blow-by-blow account of their day.

    Love the quilts and am axiously awaiting to see the rest.

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  3. How did I miss hearing about this? You've got to give me more notice next time my dear! I'd have loved to have gone.

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  4. kindergarten is such a special time, how exciting for your little guy! I hope he does really well and makes tons of new friends. :)and those quilts are amazing!!

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  5. Can not wait to see more of the quilts! Did you have a quilt on display?

    So impressed that he counted to 1000, opps I mean 100!

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  6. Kindergarten - I have one starting too :( It goes so fast!

    Looks like a fun quilt show! I don't think I will make it on the 11th - that is the first day of K - I knew that date was familiar! Have fun without me :)

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