Don't get me wrong. I loved having them home for THREE WHOLE months, but, it was time. For all of us.
Thank goodness for the chaos of getting three children to their respective classrooms. Otherwise, I might have considered getting a little teary eyed. There's a first time for everything, you know. As it turned out, there were a lot, and I mean a lot of red-rimmed-eyed-parents. Lots of excited kids, and a few that were not so excited. Thank goodness mine fell into the excited category. I don't know what I'd do if I had to drop off a crier. That just tugs at the heart strings a little TOO much.
(She wasn't happy at first about being in a 4th/5th combo, but her smile is telling me a different story.)
(Second grade? No way!)
(Can we say Kindergarten?)
Oh. Oh. The best news of all?
My main water line burst last night.
Oh yes. No water. Let's just say that getting the kids out the door was interesting.