Thursday, September 27, 2007
Saturday, September 22, 2007
Isabella wrote Hannah a letter and drew her a picture. She completely understood what we were celebrating and was very sensitive to the occasion. She had seen me crying in July shortly after Hannah's accident and asked why I was crying? I explained to her, very child like that Hannah was an Angel now and was in heaven. She is much like me with her emotions, she is very caring, giving, and wants to know that everyone around her is OK. She has a heart of gold and sensitivity like no other. She did this letter on her own, no suggestion from me in any way. I came in the playroom and she had it clipped on here to send to her in heaven.
Isabella said the letter says "Dear Hannah I hope you like your balloon's. I know your dad and mom miss you and I think my mom does too. I drew a picture for you. Love Isabella"
Perhaps our most sparkly part of the day was a moment that was missed on camera. As Abigail and I were walking down the hallway into Isabella's school I noticed a a mass on the glass window to the side of us. As I looked that way I saw the largest tree frog I have ever seen. Upon closer inspection we could see his heartbeat, and Abigail was just fascinated. As soon as we got our look and turned to continue on our way, it jumped down and went on his way. I debated bringing my camera to the classroom, but being it was my first time being "room mom" I decided against it, regretfully so.
Friday, September 21, 2007
Wednesday, September 19, 2007
Just for kicks....Abigail thinks these Build A Bear shoes are hers...LOL She loves to wear them (yes all day)
Thursday, September 13, 2007
Friday, September 7, 2007
Here is my jokester. She succeeds at making me laugh everyday.
Saturday, September 1, 2007
It is 6:30am....Do you know where your mom is? Yes, I had a hard time getting up, I am so not a morning person.
Isabella is waking up on the right side of the bed, I think she was more excited about wearing new clothes.
Wake up Abigail!!!
I am ready mom.
Awwwww, they do love each other!!
I'm doing what MOM going to Kindergarten....WHOA!!!!
On the way home Abby kept crying for Bewwa, she was pointing to her carseat saying "Bewwa carseat"
OK so I have come to realize I am WAY to inquisitive to have a child in school and not know exactly what is going on with her at all times. I want to know everything and she is just not giving up the goods. She gets in the car and right away I am asking questions, then I realize I may wanna slow down so she can process my excitement. She says her day was good and that is all. I am still going on with my questions and she is just saying "it was good" Well I guess I sent her into overload and she turned into a big ball of emotions, it was bad let me tell ya. By the end of the night she let out a few details about her day little by little, I tried to not act too excited so it would not send her into overload again, I quietly did the high five to myself when she would give me a detail. She had lunch with a girl named Sarah and apparently myself and Sarah's mom packed our kids the same lunches and the girls thought that was hilarious. One boy made a bad decision. Her teacher held her belly a few times (she is 81/2 months pregnant) and that is about it folks, but better than nothing.....right?
Waking up at that hour has been extremely difficult for me, I am not a morning person and never have been. I want to give praise to all the moms who work full time and have to get up in the morning and get themselves and their children ready to the fullest and get out the door. I could not do it.