The summer flew by and the boys are back in school. Sullivan is officially a "pre-schooler" and Max is in Pre-K. They're in school three, half-days a week.
When we started this program Max was 18 months old and went one day a week. We called it "school" but it was really just "mother's day out". The Pre-K kid's that had a classroom across the hall at that time seemed like such big kids! I blinked and now my Max is one of those "big kids". I'm already mentally preparing myself for Kindergarten next year. I can already feel our carefree days slipping away. Next year at this time we'll actually have to BE somewhere at a specific time....every single weekday. We're so used to doing whatever we want, whenever we want. Our days are very spontaneous. I know it sounds selfish and stubborn, but I'm not ready for that to be taken away. We'll be living it up this year that's for sure!
Take a look at my baby on is FIRST First Day ever...
(same lunchbox ;)
Max had been begging me for "tie shoes" and really wants to learn to tie laces himself. And since Sully is now an official pre-schooler he gets a backpack this year.
And my kids love getting new undies :)
We had our traditional back-to-school breakfast.
And I put mini paper airplane notes in their lunch.
Getting our gifts for the teachers ready...
A quick pic with Dad...
Sullivan was so excited! He wanted his own pic :)
So proud of my little guys!