4 years, 4 months.
Last Sunday in your Sunday School class, your teacher gave you and all the other kids a cross necklace. Needless to say, you were very serious about wearing it to preschool each day this week; nearly treating it with as much humanity as you do your stuffed animals.
Each day during your nap at school, I learned that you carefully placed your necklace in your cubby to keep it safe while you slept. You also explained to me how “the babies” in the younger class tried to take the necklace from you when they saw it.
You are seriously proud of that necklace!
Apparently there was some kind of “Mustache Day” at school yesterday, because you came home with a big decorative one. Mommy insisted you try it on for a picture. You easily agreed. It fit you very well.
This morning as I was getting you dressed for school, you showed me how you stuck the mustache on the closet door so the door could have a mustache.
You have now had your 2nd soccer game. You didn’t try even once to walk off the field early before the game ended.
The main goal at this point is still to get you to at least following the ball around with the rest of the kids.
This coming weekend will be a lot of fun for you as Nonna and Papa are driving up to see our new house for the first time since early February when they helped us move in.
Mommy and I are going out Saturday afternoon and night for my 34th birthday; which is actually next Monday.
So you’ll get to just hang out with them while Mommy and I go to the symphony, movies, and dinner in downtown Nashville.
I won’t be surprised if you wear both your cross necklace and mustache for them!