Yesterday marked an epic moment in Peyton’s (and mine) life. She started her first day of kindergarten at an elementary school. She was a complete pro! Going to a big school and meeting new friends did not phase her the least bit. We had to stop her from running on the bus so we can take a few pictures. Me on the other hand, I was a bit of a mess. Keep reading…
Shirt and top c/o Carters | Headband, Gap Kids | Shoes c/o Skechers
Mister and I put Peyton on the bus. Mister parked my car at near the bus stop so I could jump in and follow the bus. Yes, I tailed the bus on the first day of school. I wanted to know all the stop before it dropped my daughter off at school just in case I had to go looking for it. After following the bus to school, I parked to deliver Peyton’s school supplies. Seriously, there is no way should could have carried everything on the supply list in her book bag. Plus, it gave me an excuse to see her again.
I get to her classroom and hand her teacher the supplies. Peyton is sitting at her table coloring I assume because classes have not officially started. I catch her attention and what does she do….waves. I’m like, she doesn’t miss me yet? So I asked her for another kiss and hug. She put down her crayon and came and gave me a hug. It really hit me that my baby is growing up and becoming more independent. I couldn’t be more proud of her. She a quick adaptor and goes with the flow. If you follow me on Snapchat (babyshopa) you would have seen it all go down.
How was your child’s first day? Did you follow the bus or do anything that others may think is extreme?
ShaniceAugust 11, 2015 at 11:41 am
I just looked at the photo we took during a Halloween party at the Yote and she was matching our outfits. Wow!! I can’t believe she is in school. Those curls are POPPIN!
Tasheena @OurDelightfulhomeAugust 11, 2015 at 2:21 pm
You were not extreme, that’s your baby. My son doesn’t start school until September.
DanielleAugust 11, 2015 at 11:12 pm
This reminds me of the time I dropped my niece to her job SUPER early in the morning (it was still completely dark out) and I don’t know what hit me but I started crying hysterically…lol. Mind you my niece was like 19 at the time. She’s just so little and dropping her off at work so early in the morning and her having to deal with possible rude customers just got me in my feelings. When I have my own, I’m going to be a mess…lol.
Peyton looked SO cute and so happy to read she was such a pro on her first day 🙂
lisaAugust 14, 2015 at 8:02 am
Not at all, that’s your child. Thank you for giving me that idea!
lisaAugust 14, 2015 at 8:07 am
I forgot to mention. Petyon was adorable on her first day of school. I can’t wait to follow my child’s school bus next month!
tashaAugust 17, 2015 at 6:52 pm
That is really smart of you to follow the bus to all the stops. I will be dropping Jubilee off myself and some days we might walk if its cool enough.
TiffanyAugust 18, 2015 at 8:22 am
Wow, time really is flying.Yes, sometimes the independence is shocking, but it’s really good for her and it’s great since you will need the extra help now with the baby! 🙂