Cambree Jo's last day of Preschool was May 24th. For the past 9 months we got her up and ready for school every Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. It has been something Jo has looked forward to every week. It's a little hard to imagine that it is all over now. I am so proud of all that she's accomplished in the past year. She is one bright little girl! She absolutely adored her teacher, Mrs. Bailey. Who I also admired as well she really treasures being a teacher and it shows! She loves each and everyone of those little kids. We have been so impressed with the program at Learning Dynamics and can't wait to continue a relationship with them with our other daughters. It's only going to be a matter of time and next Sienna will be enrolled. I know that Cambree will miss spending every Tuesday and Thursday afternoons there. I'm still not sure that she really believes that she won't be going back to the apple school (that's what she calls it). She refused taking a picture with her teacher on the last day, but she did tell her that she loved her a lot! My little Jo Jo can be so shy sometimes. :) I think Cambree will always remember all the fun days that she was able to spent there... a few highlights: The Polar Express Day spent in their pajamas, the day they had the firetruck come and learned about safety and met Mr. Bailey the fireman, Halloween in her costume, the Christmas program and lastly the Clown party that was the last day of school.
So I guess Kindergarten is just around the corner for the both of us. Not sure how I will handle it yet. It's sad but it's also exciting. I love watching my kids grow up although I wish it could just go by a little bit slower.
So here is my attempt at capturing some of her school days at Preschool (some being before school, some at school and some afterwards)! I can't wait to put all of her things she made at school together along with her work and all the pictures I got of her over the past year in my Project Life album. It has been so much fun!
And some pictures from her last day...
So proud of you baby girl! Kindergarten here we come! ;)