"Do you think Daddy will be OK on his own without me!"
These are a few of the things that Car said on Monday night because yesterday she had a morning at school - the school she will be starting after Easter.
Yes, it seems that time is coming around again, the time when my babies become a part of the education system. Car, now 4 is at the threshold of school.
While putting her to bed on Monday night I had the talk with her about manners and what do if she wanted to go to the toilet - I have to put my hand up like this mummy! What if I want to fart at school! Oh burgers (yes its her version of oh bugger - oops Mummy must say it less!)
Yesterday she woke with a bounce in her step and was ever to happy to eat her breakfast. I then got a little voice going "What am I getting to put my pack lunch in?"I then produced the lunchbox that had been
Unluckily for me, I had to be in work so couldn't drop off so after dropping me off at work, Neb took them both to school. I rang him after my meeting and found that she had been a bit wary of leaving him and gave him a huge hug.
Then, I rang at 2 , after her morning stint and Neb told me that she had a tantrum and refused to leave school. Ah, well at least we know after Easter she will be fine.
Car gave me the lowdown on what happened yesterday:
We played with bees and one of the twins put her hand up and said what weather it was. I didn't though. Then we counted butterflies and did some colouring in. Then we had our milk - but mummy the grown ups don't have milk. Then we played outside and I had fun. Then we had a pirate story and then it was lunch and then Daddy came home. I think Daddy missed me Mummy and I gave him a big hug and one for you too. But, I'm happy we didn't do maths as I think that will be hard.