Tuesday, September 04, 2012

First Day of Senior Kindergarten

Danica began school today. She's now in Senior Kindergarten doncha know and an old hand at this.This year the kids are coming to us in the morning instead of us going to them, so it's a new and crowded bus stop (as you shall see), but Danica didn't miss a beat (as you shall also see).

There was quite a crowd at the bus stop

Lots of pictures were taken

Dani was happy about the crowd,
pictures and school

JJ was not happy about all of those strangers
and sought security from his Buppa

On we go

Off we go — happily
And so another year begins. After this year she'll only have 12 more years of school. He'll begin his 14 year stint next year. It's a rather good things that he'll have sister to help him navigate the waters at the beginning.

10 comments:

Diana said...

This just made me want to cry. Seems like only yesterday, ya know?
Love Di ♥

Ruth said...

I don't remember school being this much fun. Nice memories.

Mara said...

Twelve and fourteen years? Wow! It sounds an age (yet, I did the same). Hope she will like it as much as she did last year.

Lorna said...

Not to sound bitter, but weren't we just sort of pointed in the direction of the school and told to be good?

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

And so another year of adventures begins...for everyone. Senior kindergarten is a new one for me. S will Danica graduate to 1st grade next year?

Hilary said...

I just knew there would be a photo of her grinning back at you from the bus. That's so Danica. :)

Laurie said...

I have been gone too long from the blogospere...she's grown up without me.

JunieRose2005 said...

oh, my! Time passes too fast!!

I remember your pictures when your kiddies were tiny babies!

Tossing Pebbles in the Stream said...

OMG, a neighbourhood with children.

There were about 65 or us around the corner I grew up near. Now you will be hard pressed to see a child their or near where Lynne lives. There are few of them and they do not play outside any more. I understand the small school in the old neighbourhood is so good people try to move into the neighbourhood so their child can attend it. (Only the wealthy can afford such mobility.

Tossing Pebbles in the Stream said...

OMG, a neighbourhood with children.

There were about 65 or us around the corner I grew up near. Now you will be hard pressed to see a child their or near where Lynne lives. There are few of them and they do not play outside any more. I understand the small school in the old neighbourhood is so good people try to move into the neighbourhood so their child can attend it. (Only the wealthy can afford such mobility.