Poor Will wasn't so sure about it at first.
His poor little body was practically sandwiched in that stroller. Will ya look at that
Christian made lots of special friends that we hope to see again in the fall.
We could not be more thankful for his teachers.
I had no idea when we signed him up for preschool that he would be getting so much more than crafts and stories and letter recognition. Christian's teachers have prayed for him, encouraged him to memorize scripture and have worked at developing godly character in him. They have been a priceless gift to our family and have partnered with us in teaching Christian to make Jesus an important part of his life.
Christian's main teacher, Mrs. Miller, has an amazing talent that I consider to be a divine gift from God. She never yells. Ever. Did you hear that people?? The woman teachers 20 preschoolers every day and she NEVER raises her voice. When she wants to get everyones attention she just quietly says "When you can hear me, put your hands on your head. When you can hear me, touch your toes. When you can hear me...." And pretty soon the entire class is silently looking at her. I think I stood there with my mouth hanging opened the first time I saw it. Clearly teaching preschool is her calling and I could take a few lessons from her!
I did shed one tiny tear during the preschool graduation. Those slide shows with sappy music and pictures from the entire year are meant to be tear jerkers. So I couldn't help by cry a little, but overall I was just so proud of Christian (he's come a long way) and I'm so excited for him to move onto Kindergarten. It's going to be great (remind me next fall when I put him on the bus for the first time that I said that)!!
P.S. Grandmom's favorite color is blue and she's not 25!