6 years, 4 months.
For your first official spring break, you spent the week in Alabama with Nonna and Papa. The whole time, Nonna was sending me pictures and texts from her phone, to keep Mommy and me updated on what you were doing that day. Of course, we also called you every night, as well.
This made your 3rd time to stay with Nonna and Papa for a week. And you made yourself right at home. Here are the texts Nonna sent me…
Jack making his strawberry muffins.
Jack wants to know if these are go-bots or transformers. It’s cooking Transformers.
Time to wash Nonna’s car!
Boys just gotta have fun! (in puddle)
Darla has had so much fun with Jack this week. They are just like puppies!
Two peas in a pod.
Tonight’s Masterpiece (dragon drawing)
Lunch with Calla.
Something really special that you were able to do was to visit your cousin Calla at her school; as she is also in Kindergarten. You met her for lunch, then got a brief tour of the school.
You also got to hang out with Darla, her sister, at Aunt Dana’s house.
I see that you apparently enjoyed doing some chores while you were at Nonna and Papa’s house; though I suppose there’s a certain amount of messiness that comes along with those chores.
You definitely have an independence about you that I didn’t gain until I was a teenager. That actually means me feel proud, as your parent. I want to know that you’re not afraid to live outside your comfort zone and routine.
I would have never been okay, as a Kindergartner, with spending an entire week at my grandparents’ house, nearly 3 hours away.
But what can I say, you’re one adventurous boy!