Never Wordless Wednesday: First Day of School 2014

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Every mom says it…. but I just can’t believe how fast my girls are growing up.  When I started writing this blog my Kaelyn Mae was only a couple months old.  And today she attended her first day of pre-kindergarten.  How is that even possible?  And my oldest had her first day of first grade! 

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I keep asking them to stay little, but they just don’t listen!

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Now Willow… she was ready to ship her sister’s off for the day.  She got mama all to herself for 6 whole hours!  And though I missed my big girls lots, it definitely was nice to have the one on one time with her.

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Both of my big girls were eager to start their day and I didn’t see a single tear from either of them.  Alleigh told me “first graders don’t cry mom” and I barely got a hug from Kaelyn as she was ready to get down to business with her new classmates.  When I picked them both up they were still in great spirits and told me all about their day.  I am so happy that their first day of school went so well! 

Do you have little ones heading back to school?  How did their first day go?   

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5 Responses to Never Wordless Wednesday: First Day of School 2014

  1. Sunny McClurg says:

    They look so sweet :-). I’m in love with Miss Alleigh’s shoes!

  2. What darling little girls, I love their denim vests and “Cute” shoes, they are little divas!!!
    Glad they had a good first day, thats always important!
    Hope you can come and share on Oh My Heartsie Girl this week!!
    Enjoy your day!!!

  3. Diane Sallans says:

    So cute! School doesn’t start here until after Labor Day.

  4. Sarah L says:

    It’s been 40 years since the first day of school. Girls look so cute.

  5. Sarah L says:

    Children are how you can tell that time passes.

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