Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Last Day of Preschool and Teacher Gifts

Today was Charlotte’s last day of preschool.

Creatively Blooming

I’m not exactly sure what happened.  I sent a little girl to school at the beginning of the year, and now she’s so grown up.

Creatively Blooming

This girl has had a pretty busy year.  But through the good (becoming a big sister!) and the bad (nine days in the hospital for surgery and infection), she’s kept her smile and peppy attitude.  You know, other than the totally random times she decides to throw diva-ish fits…

I’m proud to say that I wasn’t the procrastinator that I usually am (remember how I stayed up past 11pm the night before school started sewing that dress in the picture above?), and we did our teacher gifts a couple weeks ago.

Teacher Gifts

I think someone was pretty proud of the finished product!

Teacher Gifts - Thank you for helping me grow
Teacher Gifts - Thank you for helping me grow

   Now that Charlotte is done with school for the year, she doesn’t understand why we have to wait for Daddy and Trenton to finish up their schools before we move.  This girl is ready to get to Pennsylvania and start Pre-K!  Mommy, on the other hand, wishes that her kids would stop growing up so fast!

9 comments:

Jessie said...

What a darling gift! Also, she did grow a ton. Wow! Amazing the difference a few months makes at this age.

Jen said...

What a wonderful gift!!

Ginna Van Zandt said...

I have to do this today and I'm a bit sad to see the results!

Laurie @ Disney 'n Diapers said...

Isn't that just the sweetest thing? I know a few of my teacher friends would appreciate that super thoughtful gift;) And my oh my..what a difference a year makes!

Mrs.B said...

Such a sweet gift! And she has grown so much!

Shannon said...

Holy moly - she grew up SO much this year!

Jamie said...

That is such a cute gift!

Katie said...

That's so cute!!!! The first day and the last day pics are the absolute cutest! She grew so much!

Christina Schergen said...

awww so cute! it is amazing how much they can change in just a short school year!!