Today is the last day of school, and Drew is especially looking forward to summer. To him that means staying up late, sleeping in, vacation with us (to who knows where as of today), vacation with extended family (to the Bahamas!), riding bikes and surfing. To me, it means no morning fights to get out the door, less traffic to battle on the way to work, and being jealous of my sleeping family. But I love the downtime for them, and the freedom that comes with summer. Mostly, I love their excitement over the possibilities.
Drew finished the year with his year end grades being SUPER! and several awards including a black belt in Recorder Club (oh how I love the sound of the practice. *sarcasm*), a Citizenship award (apparently he saves it all for school and is plum out of respect by the time he gets home), and a few others. Next year he’ll be in 5th grade- the last year of elementary school. How did this happen? Wasn’t I just writing about his first day of 3rd grade?
Ben finished his first year of preschool a few weeks ago. He loved every minute of the small class that he spent two mornings a week in. He learned so much, and we were so thankful for his precious teachers. But he’s moving on! He was accepted as a ‘model student’ (don’t laugh, I have no idea how this has happened) for the pre-K program at Drew’s school. We thought they’d never be at the same school at the same time, but now they’ll share one year there together. We love the school, and are thrilled with the opportunity it’s going to give Ben to grow and learn. He’ll end up there for 8 years!
We’re ready for Summer fun!
p.s. I’m linking up with a Wordy Wednesday prompt today- lots of people do Wordless Wednesday’s but that’s not quite possible for me! So check out some of the other great posts here at CarrieElle.com.