Category Archives: Kindergarten

If you own stock in Kleenex, you can thank me later

Today we put our younger son onto the bus for Kindergarten. (And then raced to the school to see him getting off of same said bus.) Yes, I was the woman running down our neighborhood hill, during a rain/thunder/lightning storm … Continue reading

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Science Night

Last night we attended our first Science Night hosted by the PTA at our older son’s school. It was a fabulous event – a live owl, a snake, turtles, a Caveman who tested your Nature IQ, a Jelly Bean experiment, … Continue reading

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Parent-Teacher Conference

In two days my husband and I will attend our first parent-teacher conference. I have mentioned previously that I am a big fan of our older son’s kindergarten teacher. From the first moment I saw her in the Kindergarten Parents … Continue reading

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Bus Debate

Five years ago I never would have thought I’d be willing to put my older son on a bus to get him to Kindergarten. In fact I remember a friend and I scoffing over lunch, wondering what kind of parent … Continue reading

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The official definition of kindergarten is: a class or school for children under six years old [from German, literally: children’s garden]. Next week, as I mentioned in my post about what brought me to tears on a fitness machine, my … Continue reading

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This boy is growing up!

I started to cry on the Stairmaster at my gym a few days ago. I hadn’t hurt myself. It wasn’t that I was sick and tired of exercising. I wasn’t crying in desperation about the pounds that won’t melt away. … Continue reading

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