That nervous smile just kills me. And his answer to "what do you want to be when you grow up" seems super legit.
On the very first day I got to go in with him for a little practice day. Check out the classroom, meet the teachers, learn about circle time. You know... the highlights:
|ROAR. YUM YUM YUM.|
favorite foods since he was little. We saved them for a special bedtime snack:
Speaking of things going fast - Tiny got to have a smoothie, too. His very first one!
|Not crying. Score!|
When I picked him up the look on his face was AMAZING. He was SO PROUD. So EXCITED. So HAPPY. And he didn't stop talking for a solid hour.
|You know what, mommy? .... Know what?|
I think I heard every single detail of the day. Who he sat next to in circle time. What they ate for snack. What song they sang. The whole sub story of the book they read. What his favorite car was and what the other kids played with and on and on and on. It was awesome. And crazy how different the preschool experience was from when my daughter first started. She had no hesitation but also told me basically nothing about her day. But the verdict from both of them was the same: