Peter's had his first day of kindergarten yesterday. There was a small amount of resistance, but after a breakfast of small pancakes that he got to dip in syrup, he perked up and let me take these pictures of him.
He wouldn't let me take any pictures at school, but he was happy to see a desk with his name on it and pencil case with his own set of crayons and pencil. He let me leave with no problems - he just asked me if I would come and pick him up.
He was a little upset when I came to get him and I didn't have a chance to talk to his teacher about it right away. Peter would only tell me that he had cried. This morning I talked to his teacher and she said that he had cried a little, but that was it. I really like his teacher - she's so nice and so good with the kids. I hope this will work out well.
After a muffin tin lunch, we just relaxed. We are in a huge PB & J rut for lunch, and I was inspired by Kirsten'srecent post to get out of it. We only have 12 cup muffin tins and I hadn't planned ahead, so only came up with items to fill nine of them. Neither of the kids finished their food, so I think I will be looking for a couple of 6 cup muffin tins in my thrifting adventures.
Today was actually a little more difficult for Peter - he had a much harder time getting out the door this morning, but he wasn't the only kid in his class that was having a harder time on the second day. Too bad they won't let Ned go - he's ready! I think he will be happy next week when his pre-school class starts.