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Sunday, October 3, 2010

5th Week in Preschool

Wednesday, September 15th, Kaitlynn and I were watching one of her morning shows and they were talking about what they were going to be when they grew up. I asked Kaitlynn what she wanted to be when she grows up. She said "a pillow so I can sleep!" I was surprised by her response. I thought she would say a vet and a baby doctor. I didn't know that being a pillow was an option! Maybe that's what I want to be, too!

I babysat Max. We thought about going to the library for story time, but changed our minds. Instead, we just hung out at the house until it was time for Kaitlynn to get ready for preschool. Kaitlynn did some artwork and then we played doctor with her vet kit and she told me that I'm going to be an amazing doctor! Isn't she sweet? Full of compliments! She dressed for school and we packed her snack, which she chooses each day, (goldfish, apple and raisins) in her lunch box.

I picked Kaitlynn up from preschool and her daily schedule said they read "Mouse Paint", mixed paint colors at the easel, painted with marbles and "Mouse Paint" colors - red, yellow and blue, went outside and played on the playground and played "Step on the spot".


We went to Circle K to get our special drinks. I dropped my debit card in the parking lot and this man found it and turned it in. Thank God for honest people!

Kaitlynn and I went to MawMaw's. We ran some errands and went to dinner.

Thursday, after Kaitlynn and I woke up, she told me that she loved me and was not going to call the police on me to come get me! Nice to know!!! I attended a Women's Bible Study at my church. I will post more about that on my other blog. As soon as I got home, Kaitlynn got dressed for preschool and we packed her snack (goldfish, apple and raisins). We picked up MawMaw and then Kaitlynn went to school.

MawMaw and I had lunch at Jimmy John's and ran some errands before picking Kaitlynn up from school. Her daily schedule said they reread "Mouse Paint", played "Mouse Paint" (a new board game), drew pictures in their sketchbooks, went outside to play on the playground and did "Jump Up, Turn Around."

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