Somehow, our little baby girl has graduated preschool. Back in May, we had a small celebration at her school and it was adorable!
I was on the graduation committee and helped put together a fun little night for kids and parents, grandparents, friends and family.
Our girl loves animals (She really wants a cat) and says she wants to be a Veterinarian when she grows up. Sounds like someone else I know! (I always said I wanted to be that until I actually shadowed in a Vet office in High School. We shall see what happens though!)
Each student received a little bucket with some fun Summer items to enjoy after school let out. Another mama knocked it out of the park and really went above and beyond for our littles!
The theme was “Our Future is So Bright, We’ve got to Wear Shades!” So much love and energy with this group of kiddos, I honestly miss taking her each week.
It’s a cute tradition where each child wears Dad’s white button-down shirt backwards and a sash. I went into the classroom and helped put little hands on the top of their caps.
Delicious and adorable cookies were snacked on!
Their yummy cake!
Mama was so proud of all of the hard work she’s done over the last two years.
Little bro hung in there pretty well…the ceremony was kind of tough for him but he was super happy about the cake!
Brooke and her bestie, LiviRose.
Your future is SO entirely bright. You will shine amongst all of the stars. I know that this is simply the beginning really, not just the end. You have blossomed from a little three year old baby girl into such a big, intelligent, & compassionate soul.
I know that you get frustrated with the things that you don’t yet know, but if there’s one thing (okay, there’s many…) but one of them is that you don’t have to be perfect. There is no such thing as perfection. It doesn’t exist. My main hope for you is to always keep going and that progress is always more important than perfection .
Work hard, play hard and love unconditionally. You will meet lots of different people in your life and they will all teach you a lesson, serve a purpose or at the very least, leave an imprint on your path.
Daddy and I know that whatever direction you choose to go in life, you’ll be successful and our biggest is wish is that you do what makes you happy.
For now, we urge you to play, slow down, and enjoy childhood. You’re such a good helper, big sister and constantly wanting to learn new things.
Your love for numbers, reading books, riding your bike, playing creatively with your animals and water is so much fun to watch as you grow.
We cannot believe our oldest is off to Kindergarten, but we are so grateful to be your parents. It’s hard to believe 5 years ago we were stumbling around with a 6 month old and here we are getting ready to put you on a school bus.
We love you with all of our hearts and will always do the best we can at giving you the world. Great job baby girl, on two wonderful years at pre-k. Let’s have an amazing year at Kindergarten!
Mommy & Daddy