Project 366: Day 225, Back to School

Today is the first day of school for Joe (2nd grade) and Charlie (1st grade). To say the boys were excited about today is an understatement. How wonderful it is to have kids excited about going to school. If this year is anything like last year, their excitement will last all year long.

Go get ’em, boys!



33 thoughts on “Project 366: Day 225, Back to School

      1. August 29th. Christian has the same teacher and kids in his class as they do a teacher rotating thing every two years (which I think is awesome) Julia will be in school full days for the first time. It’s going to be a huge change for everyone.

        How did the boys do?

        1. Joe has the same teacher, too. Like you, I think it is awesome, too. Charlie will have the same teach for the first two years, too. (It’s a Montessori school, so keeping the same teacher is the ‘norm’.)
          Are you prepared to have Julia in school for a full day?
          The boys did great today. Best part – they want to go again tomorrow. (smile)

          1. Oh, I love Montessori schools! They are wonderful.

            I am not prepared to say goodbye to Miss J. I think I’m going to cry. We’ve been together for almost six years, y’know? It’ll be very bittersweet. But it’s time.

            Good to know your boys had a great day!

  1. Brings back such great memories of my kids’ Back to School days. 1st and 2nd grade??!! How did THAT happen so soon?

  2. It seems like a good day for getting back into the swing of things!
    Or trying, anyway! Wishing Joe and Charlie better luck than I seem to be having! Not that they look like they need it – they look happily ready to go!!!

    1. It is so good to see you back, SIG. I’ve been out of the blogosphere (reading-wise) for several weeks. It is nice to read and interact again.
      Thanks for the good wishes for Joe and Charlie. With one day down – things still look good. 🙂

  3. Already? eGads! They are adorable. Glad they’re looking forward to it. I’m just lamenting that another season has slipped away. Well, not quite, here. It’s still hot as blazes and them thar hills are burning like a tobacco stash.

    1. They’ve been home since before the end of May. It is high time they go back, Linda. Trust me. 🙂
      Your last sentence is excellent. You should be a writer. 😀

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