November 2, 2008

Sweet Peas and Jelly Beans



Over the next few weeks, Josie is graduating from the sweet pea room to the jelly bean room at daycare. We recently received a cd full of pictures taken at daycare since she started in August. It warms my heart to see how well she has adapted to her new routine. I'm hopeful that the transition to a new room, with new kids and new caregivers goes just as well. Enjoy the pictures below!

Boat time


Playing with shaving cream at the sensory table


Painting time (notice how she doesn't have a paint smock on in this picture. No wonder her clothes were full of paint that day!!)


Checking out the pond


Step fun


Bike time

6 comments:

Shanna said...

Awwww! I love all those HUGE smiles. Clearly she is enjoying herself. I especially love the "step time" photos. Josie is VERY HAPPY :D
So cute!
Hugs to you
Shanna

Tammy said...

What cute photos! I'm so glad she is doing so well in daycare.

Thanks for all of your encouraging words on our blog. It means so much!

Hugs!
Tammy

Mike and Barb said...

How neat that they take so many pictures of the kids!!
I'm so glad that she is doing well at daycare!
Are her nights getting better?
Love, Barb

PS: Oh, I'm so glad my halloween breakfast got your stamp of approval :-))) That's a compliment coming from the Queen of Halloween (OMG, it rhymes!!!)

The Young's said...

Wow...you can really see how much she has adapted to her class. Looks like a great school! I LOVE that wooden boat they're in. When I was growing up our church had one of those and I ALWAYS remember it. I loved that it could turn over and be steps too. That was SO COOL to me!!! It's hard to believe so much time has passed by, huh? Thanks for sending me reminders to come by your blog. Sometimes I get SO BUSY....I don't get to my bloggin! It's great to have that reminder!!! I hope you guys have a wonderful week!!! Yall are SO PRECIOUS!!!
Love you guys,
Buffi

Angela said...

School is so awesome for them. I had no idea, but after being the "visiting" mom at pre-school last week, I get it. The group dynamics, learning from other kids, is just so powerful.

Blessed Mom of Four, Now Five said...

Doesn't it warm your heart to see her enjoying herself when you can't be with her!