Yes hello . . . Has it really been over a month since I've posted anything on this here ole' blog? I suppose it has. We had a wonderful summer; and now we are back into the ole' school routine. Both the boys are now attending school; I now have a 7th grader and a pre-schooler. Wow!
Nicholas' attitude toward school is still the same, he doesn't like that he has to go. And Noah just wishes he could go everyday. These two are unbelieveably at different spectrums when it comes to school. But I, kinda, get Nicholas' attitude. I mean, really, what kid really likes school at this age? But I still try to encourage him to find something positive out of his day, out of his teachers, and out of his school workload. However, I don't think he has. A mom can keep on wishin' can't she? :0)
Oh and Mister Noah . . . This sweet and spunky boy of mine wants to be dropped off at the school curb :0) He really is Mister Independent, my heart swells with pride and breaks alittle too - all at the same time. Noah goes to pre-school 2 days out of the week for just a few hours. Everyday I stand outside his classroom and I can hear his little voice speak out of turn in pure excitement and delight. He absolutely loves going to school and when I walk into his classroom to wait for my hug he has the most fantastic and sincere smile on his face. He always looks happy to see me, yet when I ask him if he missed me, his reply has been the same since day one, "Hmmm no, not really." Well . . . As long as he was having a wonderful time then I am okay with that! But I sure miss him though!
Of course I have pictures of these wonderful milestones in our boys' life. But as luck would have it, our main computer is down and loading pictures onto Nicholas' laptop is a pain. I hope to have our main computer serviced shortly so I can share how handsome the boys looked on their first days of school :0)
I can't believe we are at the end of August. We'll be entering fall soon, ha - whatever fall is to Californians :0) I love summer, it's, easily, one of my favorite seasons. But I must say I always look forward to the changing of the seasons.
And now, on to get my 7th grader prepared for a productive day of school. Happy Wednesday and it's good to be back, blogging again!