I don't know why I feel so jittery.
Probably because it's a big facility with 5 classrooms and about 20 kids in each class. Definitely more "school" like than anything Judah's ever been at. I hope he likes it. I hope he makes friends. I hope they remember to put his sun hat on him when he plays outside.
And I hope he'll be brave and let go of my hand when I drop him off tomorrow.
|This is the photo I submitted to his preschool--he of the crooked smile.|
My baby is all grown up. He turns 3 the day after tomorrow, but it feels like he's already 4. Probably because he's tall. And because he says ridiculous things. Like lately he's been calling me "old lady." WHAT?!
And just yesterday he woke up screaming in the middle of night and said, "Mommy I had a bad dream. I dreamed you were pushing out a baby." HAHAHAHAHA. Apparently Judah and his dad have the same kind of nightmares.
I reassured him that there was no baby in my tummy and it was just a dream, not real. And then for the next 15 minutes he kept wimpering "no baby...no baby...there's no baby..."
I guess someone is not entirely thrilled about being a big brother, ha!