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Monday, November 15, 2010

Busy Day Just Got Busier

Tuesday, September 28th, I watched Max. He went with us to Kaitlynn's dance class. It was observation week. I kind of felt bad because Kaitlynn was the only girl who didn't have other people (besides the usual person) there to watch. She didn't mind though / seem to notice. She did, however, notice that the blinds were open and that all these people were starring at them. Between looking at herself in the mirror and looking at the people watching her, she was a little distracted! Can't say I blame her!! It was super cute watching Kaitlynn during the observation class, although because she was distracted, I can't say it was a good guide as to what she has learned so far.


We came home for lunch, got dressed for preschool and packed a snack. When I dropped Kaitlynn off, in her cubbie was information about her first Scholastic Book Order and Picture Day. Picture Day was October 5th and the Book Order was due the 6th. I was so excited about both of these things!

I picked Kaitlynn up from preschool. The daily schedule said they read "Cookies Week", started working in journal writing groups, made a cellophane collage at the project table, went outside to play on the playground and in music sang / listened to "Mat Man." They worked together to draw Mat Man.

We went to Circle K for our usual drinks and then came home to rest.

Kaitlynn attended swim class. Both instructors were present and 6 kids were in the class. They dove for rings, poured a cup of water on their heads and popped the bubble in the shallow water. They went to the deeper water and swam with a noodle, floated and jumped into the water (to an instructor). They went back over to the shallow water to slide down the slide. Kaitlynn hit her knee while going up the ladder.

Dave came home with 2 week trial passes to Club Fitness for both of us!

Kaitlynn and Dave spent time together while I attended a class at the ECC called Love, Limits and Laughter (for children 3-5 years of age). It's a 4 week class.

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