Saturday, October 3, 2009

Thomas goes to Pre-School!




Thomas started Pre-School at the beginning of September. I was a little worried for him.

His first day, he kept telling me he didn't want to go to school, so I arranged for my friend Marty to watch Alex, so I could help Thomas transition. Well, we got there he saw his friends, they got out a toy and he had no problem staying! :) So far, he really likes it and it's so fun to have him come home and show me the things he's made or learned :)

7 comments:

Thorsons said...

You are making me miss our days in school. It really was an awesome time. The mid-west is different but the people are great. Sounds like you are in a great community. Enjoy it, it will get easier, and by the time you have to leave, you will cry again:

little mama said...

Oh, wow! Yay for Thomas! What a big change, and how awesome that he's loving it.

J. said...

I'm glad you are all settling in. I'm sure Thomas will end up loving school since you and Damond both enjoy it. Miss you! :)

Alice said...

Wow! That is so exciting that Thomas gets to go to preschool. It sounds like things are working out for the most part. I am glad you get to be with your mama for a little while.

Ken and Marty said...

I am so glad that he's finding some good buddies here. Hey- when you gonna go running with me? We need to go before we freeze our kids noses off making them come with us. : )

Jeff Jardine said...

Obviously it seems way to soon for this...pretty soon he'll be in college - are you ready for this? Time flies...

We do know the Wheeler family here - not in our ward but in our stake. They are relatives of some other people we knew at BYU but I can't now remember who it is they are related to.

My best to you and your husband and choice family. You guys are truly awesome.

Joan said...

I was so weird about the whole preschool thing with James. I just hated the idea of him being away from me with someone other than family. I didn't like that he would be influenced by other bratty kids and that I wouldn't be there to defend him and hold his hand through it all (am I a bit of a control freak, you ask? YES)
Anyway, James has done SO well with it and I'm glad he is attending this year. I'm happy to hear Thomas is doing well too :)