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Tuesday, April 5, 2011
23rd Week of Dance and 26th Week of Preschool
Tuesday, March 1st, Kaitlynn continued taking the antibiotic prescribed by her prediatrician for her cough. She attended dance class. We received the monthly newsletter, which gave details about the daddy daugther dance practice, rehearsal, recital, photographs, etc. We came home, ate lunch and Kaitlynn prepared for preschool. We packed her snack (fritos and a banana) in her snack box. While Kaitlynn was in preschool, I had my expired driver's license renewed. Yes, I didn't realize that it had been expired since February 13th. Oops! I passed the eye test without my glasses too. I only wear them to drive or see far distances. I picked Kaitlynn up from preschool and the daily schedule said they read "Alphabet Mystery," wrote secret messages at the art center, worked together on a collage at the project table, went outside on the playground and in music did a "workout to the letter sounds." Kaitlynn napped after preschool for 3 hours. So, of course, she was up past her bedtime. She would've been up anyway though because we had a tornado. The sirens were going off and the winds were blowing like crazy. Thankfully the tornado did not do any damage near our home. Wednesday, the 2nd, Kaitlynn continued taking her antibiotic. She prepared for preschool. While she was in preschool, I checked my emails, etc. I also reposted the poll on facebook regarding the baby's gender. I received a few more votes: Michelle J said boy and Debbie M said girl. These votes will, as well as the other ones, will be added to the baby's website, since I have an actual gender poll on that. I picked Kaitlynn up from preschool and the daily schedule said they read "Alphabet Adventure," played One, Two, Red, Blue - a card game, used dry erase boards at the writing center, went outside on the playground and in music did a "workout to the letter sounds. Kaitlynn went to bed by 8:30PM. We are starting to get her to bed earlier, since she has been waking up earlier than usual. She used to be a late sleeper. She would wake up no earlier than 8:30, but typically not until 9 or 10AM. She has started waking up earlier and we think it's affecting her at preschool, because she is so tired and has been falling asleep in the car on the way home from school. That evening I received a call from my aunt saying that my grandma was taken to the hospital that morning because she had a stroke. Thursday, the 3rd, Kaitlynn was going to attend dance class, to make up a class in February, but she didn't want to go. Kaitlynn continued taking her antibiotic. She prepared for preschool. Dave and I met her teachers a few minutes before school was over with to talk about Kaitlynn. She has been having a hard time sitting during circle time. They were thinking that it might be a sensory issue. Although her teachers did agree that her behaviors did seem to fit a kid that was tired, as well. Kaitlynn is listening during circle time, because she can repeat the story to me later (or to her teachers later). The teachers had started using a brush with her to see if that would help if it was a possible sensory issue. The daily schedule said they learned a new yoga pose - the plank, played Alphabet Go Fish, pretended alphabet letters were going on an adventure in the rice table, went outside to play on the playground and in music did a "workout to the letter sounds." Kaitlynn fell asleep in the car on the way home from preschool, but woke up when I carried her in the house, thankfully. She went to bed at 8:45PM. She woke up at 6AM (on March 4th) because she had a dream about a snake. She ended up going back to bed for about 4 hours. Regarding my grandma, apparently she didn't have a stroke. They said she was really dehydrated. She was supposed to come home from the hospital on the 3rd, but ended up not coming home until the 4th. They kept her for observation.
I am moving on from my previous blog and hope my followers will stay with me. I look forward to making new followers along the way. I am a 30-something SAHM. I am married to my best friend and have a beautiful little girl and a handsome baby boy. I love comments! So, leave me a comment to let me know you stopped by.