Monday, September 1, 2008

Twenty, Twenty, Twenty-Four Hours From Now...

Our kids will be in first grade. More to come...

[Catching up from weekend whirlwind to Boston with the twins' great-grandpa, my (and their) "Papa." Back in blogland soon...]
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14 comments:

your sassy reporter said...

someone said that the only thing we are never ready for is having twins. well i do have twins also and they make my day really wonderful.

Threeundertwo said...

It's the most wonderful time of the year. . .

First grade is so great. You'll have so much fun watching their brains click into reading. I love first graders.

noble pig said...

First grade is wonderful. My second child started first grade this year, (last Wednesday) he loves it, just as I suspected.

Sara said...

My oldest started first grade last week. Am I the only one that thinks that they are all of a sudden huge? I look back at the Kinder pictures and can see a little kid face still, but not this year. They are officially kids. Good Luck with the first day

Sara

Loni said...

Kids get big too fast, don't they? You turn around and they are all grown up! Good luck in first grade to your darling kiddos!

Barbara Manatee said...

Good luck in 1st grade!!

BoufMom9 said...

Isn't it amazing? Time is just FLYING by! My next youngest (after the twins) will be starting SECOND grade on Wednesday! Scray!

OH! And, must'nt forget about my two that are starting HIGHSCHOOL! (gasp!)

ps Pretty sure the wrinkles will set in soon...lol

Terri said...

Congrats on first Grade! Good luck guys!

Laura said...

First grade is so great...all that new stuff; it is going to be great fun reading YOUR experience as a mother of first graders.

Kelsey said...

The joys of twins- double school supplies haha

Nancy said...

I was GOING to write "You were in Boston and you didn't look us up??" But then I realized that we weren't here LOL! (next time... ;) )

anyway...left a little something for you at my blog, come check it out :)

Harris Boys said...

good luck in the morning kids!!!

Renata said...

Oh I hope it all goes really well! Enjoy your new school year!

TONYA said...

oh no, I see many tears will be shed. Good luck kids.