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Monday, August 22, 2011

Uneventful School Commuting


Miles Walked: 2 Biked: 14.5 Bused: 0 Drove: 0 This week
25.8 70.5 10.5 3.6 Since August 14, 2011
Avery's first day of preK.

Brent biked up to the children's school this morning by himself in order to meet the children with their ride. Our friend drove her three and our three up to school and I am assuming the whole thing was uneventful. It was Avery's (age 4.5 years) first day of prekindergarten, his very first day of school ever. He went to a VBS with a friend for two mornings this summer and other than that, he has never had any structured environmental preschool, away from parent time (that I can recall). Brent felt Avery needed a parent representative for this monumental occasion. I thought the same thing, but I had a lot of mixed feelings and opted to stay home with Oliver.
Cleaned them up, Olive dumped them out, and so it goes.

Oliver desired backpack time.

Knowing how absolutely appalling my living conditions have been for nearly two and half years, this was photo worthy.

They all left at 7:40AM and I didn't see any of them again until 4:30PM when Brent returned from work and school with three tired children. Oliver and I managed to stay busy enough but the efforts of cleaning the home became rather boring and he opted for a long nap and I chose to do paperwork. I like the uneventful school commutes and we think we will stick with this scenario for the remainder of August.
Oliver ran to greet them all.

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2 Comments:

At August 23, 2011 at 10:08 PM , Anonymous Stephanie said...

Love the pic of Oliver running to meet Avery!! Glad the first day went well. Also, like the tally at the bottom of the posts!!

 
At August 24, 2011 at 10:49 AM , Blogger Stacy said...

Thanks Stephanie! We love living by numbers for the pure amazement, but the experience of each of those miles not quantifiable. See you all soon.

 

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