Thursday, May 13, 2010

The graduate


My little boy graduated from pre-school today, sniff sniff. It was extremely sweet. I was thrilled that he sat in his seat for the entire program (almost)and actually sang on some of the songs (haha). He got a diploma and gave a flower to mommy, these are the moments that make a mama weepy. I thank his teacher(s) so much for creating a loving environment and bringing him so far in two years. He knows his continents (at five), how to read many many words and knows good conflict resolution.
My dad came to the graduation in the midst of more thunder storms. More flooding was a concern that we tried to set aside for the ceremony. Ironically, after the festivities my dad wanted to take Little Man to buy a "graduation" present. The one thing my boy was attracted to was a huge "full body puppet" tht looked biblical. I thought it was Moses. It wasn't necessarily speaking to me and I thought it might take up too much space so I tried to encourage him to get something smaller and more, you know, perky ... like a chef or a zoo animal. But, he persisted so I agreed for him to get it. When they rung it up we found out that the huge character he was drawn to was NOAH! Though he did not get the significance, I found it quite fitting after a week of flooding!

Anyway, I am so proud of my sweet boy and feeling quite sentimental about this milestone of his pre-school graduation!

5 comments:

blueviolet said...

Congrats to your little graduate and he looks so cute with Noah!

Molly said...

awww, I'd be bawling too. Now you can look forward to having your house filled with Bakugan games, Transformers, and Star Wars figures!

Shirley Barr said...

I love this pix of your cutie with Noah, Lauren...how far he has come!Leslie keeps me posted...;-D p.s. Re your appealing blog about SITC ...watch out, you could be writing the social blog/column for The Tennessean anyday now...two former bloggers are now writers for Houston Chronicle...which means they have to go to all the parties; all the new shop opernings...

Mama Grits said...

Oh my gosh...they grow up so fast. My "baby" just finished kindergarten! So glad I found your blog through Where a Woman shakes her tablecloth! Fellow southern girl here, we are just an hour or so south of Nashville!

Mama Grits said...

Oh my goodness...kids grow up so fast. My "baby" just finished kindergarten. So glad I found your blog through Where a woman shakes her tablecloth. I am a fellow southern girl, we are just an hour or so south of Nashville!

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