Molly had a Spring Program at her preschool last week. This is the same Spring Program that helped us to decide to enroll Molly into preschool as she was jumping around dancing at Paulie's Spring Program last year. The program consists of the 18 month and 2 year old classes singing and performing their motor skills learned throughout the year.
We've learned from Molly's teachers that she's gone from a Chatty Cat in the beginning of the year to a quiet little girl now. What?! Honestly this girl does not stop asserting herself at home. Opinions? Molly's got them and she's not afraid to tell us how she feels or what she wants! If only a little bit of her quiet school self could be shared with us at home!
***I've got some cute videos but iMovie takes forever to upload them, so these pics will do!
Reach way up high!
"Hmmmm....Not sure how I feel about all this..." (Note: I did not edit these pics prior to uploading)
Sorry for the blurry photo, my camera was in movie mode. However, Molly loves the trampoline! We were worried she wouldn't be able to jump on it at the program because of her Nurse's Maid Elbow she had earlier this week (Nothing like a trip to the ER at 8 am in the morning)
I think she was definitely a little confused as to why all the parents were there smiling, laughing, waving, and taking pictures.
Never fails that someone stands right in front of me or my child while I'm trying to take a video. Can't tell you how many times I had to move so that I could get a "good" shot.
"I'm getting a little tired of this singing stuff, is it nap time yet?"
"Well since no one is watching, I guess I'll pick my nose!"
The Parachute is by far her favorite activity. She's very good at it and listens very well to teachers instructions at our Little Gym class.
Now this is the Molly we know and LOVE!
Sorry for so many of almost the same picture, but I just love her face in all of these! I couldn't decide which to post or delete.
Her friend Nathan loves the parachute as well!
After the program, the parents were invited back to the classroom for cookies and lemonade. Molly wasn't too into her parents, but loved the cookies. Oh dear, I hope we aren't embarrassing her already! We've got at least another 5 years before that happens, right?!
Looking at the above and below picture...I'm really not sure where Molly came from? I mean, had I not birthed her I'd wonder if she were really my own...
.....BUT I sure am glad she's mine! Attitude and all....You make us so very proud Molly D. Izzo!