In her classroom with her backpack on
Her teacher took pictures of each family on her camera (and ours)
and we took a picture of Mrs Fearnside with Sydney
Sydney was a bit clingy and hesitant to let us go but her teacher distracted her and a few others and we headed out.
Bill and I walked out of the school holding hands, saying we want to home school. Actually we do not want to home school and we know she is in great hands we are just in shock at how quickly we got to the school years. Our baby girl is in kindergarten!
I picked her up at the after school building which is about 2 miles down the road from my office. She was playing when I got there and one of the leaders said she did just fine.
On the way to pick up Griffin we talked about her day, and she was excited to tell me about it, yet tired. She sat with a friend (that we know from daycare) at lunch. She told me I did not need to pack a napkin in her lunch bag because they get a napkin, silverware and a straw when they get to the lunch room. She also had a choice of white or chocolate milk and she picked chocolate. For lunch I packed her clementines, an apple, cheese (cut in the shape of hearts and stars), crackers and brownie (a heart and a star).
Bill was home for dinner so he was able to hear all about her day and tuck her in to bed.
Tomorrow is another day!