4 years, 9 months.
Our family recently attended the Rainbow Summer Social at Rainbow Child Care Center. They had a fire truck for us to tour; as well as a photo booth and carnival games.
You were very happy that you basically had unlimited access to just keep playing the same games and to have the ability to keep winning prizes.
A collection of sticky rubber frogs made their way back to our house.
Next week you officially begin Pre-K. You and I, along with your current teacher Ms. Aimee, recently made a Jack-Man episode to promote the brand-new Pre-K classroom.
(Click the image below to watch our video.)
You’ve expressed to me that you’re particularly excited about your new classroom because, “it has really cool dinosaurs.”
Jack, this is your last year of preschool before I begin taking you to Kindergarten! A year from now, I’m sure I’ll be posting my (obligatory) “1st Day of Kindergarten” picture on Facebook.
Mommy and I keep saying how you really are a boy now.
As your parents, we’ve grown accustomed to living with a boy version of a toddler. Now, with you nearly 5 years old, we’re living with a boy; not simply just a boy version of something.
These are the days of you getting to pick out which underwear to wear each day. You get to decide whether it’s going to be a Transformers or a Ninja Turtles kind of day.
I look at your genetically unlikely blonde highlights as well as your genetically unlikely blue eyes and think, “This kid used to be my baby. But now, this is my boy.”
Though I might be saying this too much here lately, I’m just so proud that you are my son.
The future is unclear whether or not Mommy and I will ever have another child.
You may be it. Either way, you are one special kid.