Tuesday, August 26, 2008

My baby is in Kindergarten




Today was Quinton's first day of Kindergarten. He was pretty darn excited. We got over to the school and they have all the Kindergarten kids go to the K playground and then the teachers will take them into class after about 5 min! He got ahead of me with a buddy of his and by the time I caught up he was out on the playground. I said hey Quinton have a good day, and he said, Ok you can go ahead and go now! He's fine! I didn't even cry, ok now I'm kinda weepy while I'm typing this. I cannot belive that he is that old. I know he's going to love school and I'm hoping to be able to do some scrapbooking some days while he's gone!

9 comments:

G.Ma said...

What a cute buy--I just love him so. I love his confidence and how well he handles most things so well.
Well Mom welcome to the world of school and Parent/Teacher Conferences--how fun for you.
He will do a great job!

Erin said...

He looks so handsome! Too bad Eden is going to be twice as tall as him or I would suggest arranging a marriage. And hey, I didn't get choked up until I wrote my blog either. Just a touch.

Kristy said...

ahhhh...welcome to the rest of your life sister. I can't even remember pre-school aged days.

I figured the other day that Maddison will finish 12th grade when Tess finishes 6th grade when JM finishes KINDERGARTEN. Egads, I've got a long road ahead.

He looks like a big boy!

Michelle said...

He looks so excited. I admit, I am sort of dreading that day, but at least I still have 3 years.

daEnces said...

He is such a cute boy and I'm glad that our boys are in the same class! They are such good friends, and you'll both be missed when you move.....

Jodi said...

They grow up so freakin fast don't they, The twins started Kindergarten this week too. How Sad our kids are growing up.

Chris said...

Oh wow! He is such a cutie! It is so fun to watch them grow and start going to school!

Sheryl said...

Jana, he looks so grown up. Glad he's having such a good start to his school life.

Vicki said...

Aw, how sweet! I remember that day so well!