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Within the past two weeks, both Corey and I  had the opportunity to hang out in Cate’s class for the morning.   It was wonderful!  I brought my camera to take pictures for Cate’s teacher, and Corey helped the class stuff a scarecrow.

We were both so pleased to see how respectful the teachers are and how much they care for each of the children.  We are so thankful to be sending our big girl to a school who’s values and beliefs are so very in tune with our own.


Love this one!  It was “picture day” so the kids were extra spiffy.


Cate and her buddies.



Cate, so proud to be the “5 Minutes Left To Play” girl.


She was also the weather person.


Show and Tell. She and her teacher were looking in her bag for her show-and-tell item, but then Cate said, “I brought my mommy!”


My baby is one of the tallest kids in class.  🙂


Corey and I both had so much fun, but Cate is really the one who is THRILLED to go to school each day.  She’s already learned so much…making friends, sharing, and INDEPENDENCE!  We’re super proud of her.

October 29, 2009 - 4:47 pm

Carol Downerd - Oh what wonderful memories. I am sitting here remembering when Amy was there for picture day. Abby was in her class. It brings tears to my eyes to realize how fast time goes. Enjoy each day with your precious family. Love to you and your family.

October 30, 2009 - 12:11 pm

Sharon Schwab - I love opening your blog to see what is happening with your family! Cate’s class sure looks like a lot of fun! Great pictures as usual. Cate is a beautiful girl.
Aunt Shari

October 30, 2009 - 5:20 pm

Amy - Love to see those pictures. Our posts are always similar. I have a school one to post this week and getting to help too. Wasn’t it fun to see how the kids are in class even when we are there?

October 30, 2009 - 5:46 pm

julaintexas - Such a sweet girl. Save her for one of my boys, purty please!

October 31, 2009 - 5:06 pm

Momma Dar - ahhhh so sweet, just so sweet. So Proud of you Jaima! So Proud! Your Mom and I always say…. “you raise your kids to be Independent… and then they are…. darnit!” Love you! Oh and yes, saving her for one of my grandsons… how cool would that be. We can all stay family!

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