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PostSubject: Re: School Bells are Ringing   Tue Sep 02, 2008 1:04 pm

Who Knows next thing i will know is my niece Luella will going to school won't have time for her onkel anymore bawling lol grinsmiley


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PostSubject: Re: School Bells are Ringing   Tue Sep 02, 2008 2:23 pm

Well, the bus was 20 minutes late, which is to be expected. Emily did great!! No tears. I didn't even have any. I was just so happy that she was going to be okay, that my nerves disappeared. I think that Emily's did too because she was getting so anxious, wondering what was taking so long. Whew!!!! The hard part is finally over! She's probably already at school by now. She'll be home at 4:00.


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PostSubject: Re: School Bells are Ringing   Tue Sep 02, 2008 2:31 pm

Awww Teresa......I remember when each of my boys left for school........ Blue



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PostSubject: Re: School Bells are Ringing   Tue Sep 02, 2008 4:08 pm

Wow, Teresa, congrats on getting through it! Thumbsup I'm proud of ya---that's better than I could have done! So cute that Emily was so ready to go---did you have her in preschool? I think it does make a difference, these kids who go through preschool and aren't just at home with 'mom'. I remember being terrified when my mom left me at Kindergarten---my sisters had been in school for a long time and I was the youngest, so my mom and I were very close. I definitely laid it on thick when she left me! bawling

Nick's first day was AWESOME, btw. Makes me feel SO much better about the decision we made! He met up with some old friends from his first school, and he loves the 'real' middle school atmosphere---much different than Catholic school. He's ready for that 'step up', I think. I couldn't be more thrilled! happy1


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PostSubject: Re: School Bells are Ringing   Tue Sep 02, 2008 7:16 pm

Oh, that's wonderful, Amy!! I'm so glad Nick had a great first day. Emily was in preschool for 2 years. She was in a 3-4 year old class, and then last year she was in the year before kindergarten class.


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PostSubject: Re: School Bells are Ringing   Wed Sep 03, 2008 12:33 am

Well, my nephew started 10th grade. He had a good first day.

Glad your kids did as well, Amy and Teresa.
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PostSubject: Re: School Bells are Ringing   Wed Sep 03, 2008 8:06 am

Congrats to all the moms (and their kids) who had a good first day! Thumbsup
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PostSubject: Re: School Bells are Ringing   Wed Sep 03, 2008 11:08 am

Madison did well. He and Nathan have been in school since Aug. 25th, so things have settled now. Madison got his violin yesterday and is really excited about that. Today he is already having his school year picture made. My, how we had issues over the shirt he would wear!
The photographer in me kept telling him solid colors work best, but he wanted a polo with a big number 13 on the front! We both finally decided on a green polo with a stripe. I just said " Put it on, but please dont smile like you have a cigarette in one side of your mouth." He gave me his best Popeye impression and said " Sure Mom...I'll do my best."

Its so funny how school pictures turn out. One year Nathan and I had issues about his shirt and then when I got the pictures back I almost had a meltdown when I saw that he had kept his jacket on over it! I keep telling them " Its your pictures that you will hate one day..."
I have to remember not to make a big deal of it....but when I take their picture I have the final say. :camera:




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PostSubject: Re: School Bells are Ringing   Wed Sep 03, 2008 12:58 pm

Gin, how is your niece, Emily doing?


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PostSubject: Re: School Bells are Ringing   Thu Sep 04, 2008 9:50 am

Gin, glad to hear your boys are doing well too! Madison sounds like quite the ham! Wink LOL about the school pictures! Ah, I understand it well---it's a battle every single year! Whistle


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