He was accepted into Brockman, our lottery Montessori school. For that we are truly thankful. We tried for 3 years to get Sam in. So just like his little classmates (several whom he has been with since he was in the baby room) Fulton will enjoy his summer and move into a 4 year old preschool at Brockman. This transition will be huge, as Brockman is full day and I am handing him over to the public school system, a year or two earlier than most kids. Any who...letting go of sweet little KP and the "Jesus Bubble" that I referred to when Sam left for 5k is soooooo hard.
I rejoice in them growing up and becoming healthy, happy, and wise young men. But honestly, I mourn at the same time. They will never be little again. And it goes by so darn fast. I have enjoyed my afternoons with FU-bird, sleeping in and arriving at school when we felt like it, or playing hookie altogether because we wanted to lounge in our pj's. I love that little crazy boy.
A few of the many blessings of Fu going to Brockman is that his best bud, Wright, will be going too. So at least he has a friend to go with. We are also looking forward to a great year with having TWO kids in one school. That will make life so much easier. We can't wait to see how much Fu grows academically this year. Rumor has it, the earlier they start Montessori, the better. Although, the Montessori approach just might change when FU and Wright walk through the door!!!! YIKES---Good luck Primary!!!
Oh well, This too shall pass. And I too shall survive.
SO here's to Kilbourne Park! Thanks for loving yet another Baker boy and helping him get ready for his next big move.
Fulton's class moms had the wonderful idea to make Mrs. Frannie a chair for her class present.
The children delighted in giving it to her at the picnic, as they all had a hand in making it...literally.
Mrs. Frannie in her chair surrounded by her sweet class.