KidsAtWork, Motherhood

Official First Day Of School

  • Sumo

Today is the official start of school year 2010 – 2011 for my daughter. Yesterday, she attended the orientation held in the auditorium of our church. Because she had a fever the night before, we woke her up late. Hence, she was also a bit late in the orientation. When she saw that the kids were already seated, she hurried to get inside the auditorium but she stumbled. We were behind her and when I helped her stood up, she stared us as if we pushed her. LOL!

Anyway, we had no problem waking her up this morning. She had enough time to eat her breakfast. She was also able to took a bath because there was ample time. She did not have any fever the whole night.ร‚ย  I think she’s really excited to see her teachers and newly found friends in school again. My husband is the one assigned to bring her to school. Below is her photo before leaving the house for school.

When she came back from school, I inquired if she’s happy and if she would still return tomorrow to school. She answered YES enthusiastically. After she changed her clothes, she asked for milk and laid down on bed. She immediately fell asleep after she finished a bottle of milk.


6 thoughts on “Official First Day Of School

  1. Thanks for the drop. Glad to know that she wants to go back to school the following day. My son is always excited when talking about school. Btw, how old is your daugther?

    1. Same with my daughter. She’s telling me what she did in school ๐Ÿ™‚ My daughter is three years old. She turned three last May 29 ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. awww….the school suck out all her morning energy and she definitely sleeps like an angel. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Btw sis, you asked about the font I used in my photoblog, it’s Kristen ITC. ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. True! I see… I think I have that font din hehehe…

      I hope this blog gets the approval of Maggie ;))

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