Off to School!


Posted on September 4th, by Amy in My kids. 6 comments

His sisters started school almost two weeks ago, but today is the first day of Kindergarten for Owen! He was nervous and shy, didn’t want me to take his picture at home even, but still excited. And the play dough on the tables put him right at ease after hanging up his empty backpack, and finding his name tag.

I’m a bit emotional, and amazed at how fast they grow up, Owen started walking, and had his first birthday on my blog even.  I’m just so proud to be his mom!

So now I have the next two hours to…I’ll find something to do!

Blessings ~ Amy






6 thoughts on “Off to School!

  1. 1
    Denise says:

    First days of school are bittersweet to be sure!

  2. 2

    Awwww, so sweet! Congrats Mama on them growing up! :-) (Just wait til you start thinking about COLLEGE!!! AAAAHHHHHH!!!!!) ;-)

  3. 3
    Beth says:

    Such a tough day, I know. But still so proud of them.

  4. 4
  5. 5

    What a great photo! I’m sure hope you can find something to do…LOL.

    Smiles,
    Kelly

  6. 6
    Sandra Davidson says:

    What a sweet picture, I remember that day well with my two children and now one of my grandsons starts school today, how the years fly by.

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