I can hardly believe he is old enough for that.
He can hardly wait to start first grade...to eat lunch at school, have three recesses, and walk home with his siblings instead of his mom.
We LOOOOOOVE her!!!
It has been awesome to spend time in the classroom watching her interact with the kids. We have always been blessed with fabulous kindergarten teachers, but she may be my favorite ever. Parker is reading like crazy (PJ ended up with the most reading minutes in his class...brag brag, proud Mom :)) and has learned so many other fun things. Sadly, she will be moving to another school next year. I would love to have other kids in her class as they get old enough.
The last day of class the kids put on a little program showing off many of the things they learned throughout the year. I didn't get many pictures (thanks to a screaming baby) but here is a little sampling.
Also, as a side note, I am also moving into a different arena. I have been serving in the primary (and loving it) but this weekend have been given the opportunity to move into relief society and serve there. I have NEVER been in relief society before (after 15 years of "adulthood" I guess it is about time) so I am a bit nervous, but the relief society president (Lyndsay Gardner) is incredible and I look forward to learning from her. I am, in all honestly, sort of excited for the chance to try something new, and to get to know the sisters in our ward (since I already know their kids pretty well). Should be interesting, and a great chance for growth.