Monday, June 8, 2009

History repeats itself


3 years ago today I was dropping of our Angejolie at her Montessori school for her 1'st day at the tender age of 2 years 8 months, today we dropped of our Solimar at the sanw Montessori school for her 1'st day at the tender age of 2 years 6 months which she will go with eher sister and cousins until the 8'th grade.

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The girls ready to conquer the day.

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Angejolie and Hallie ready to conquer the day 3 years ago.

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Here is Angejolie with her cousin Hallie, they are BFF and partners in crime.

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Here is Solimar in the same class with her cousin Riley which also happens to be Hallie's little brother.

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The girls playing.

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Solimar and Riley playing.

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Me doing the ugly cry because for the first time in years my car is empty, there was such a void in my heart...I know, I know, cut the cord right?

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15 minutes later I took out the girls CD and put in my favorite Eve CD, I have not listened to it in years because there is a whole lata cursing ;D

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This is what I found when I got to my office, hearts that Angejolie must have done for me last week when we stoped by to say hello to my co-workers, it put a huge smile on my face and I looked at it all day long, that is until 2:30 when it was time to go get our girls and go home. So I will now bw working from 9 to 2:30 5 days a week so that means I will not be scrapping as much as I have for the past 2 years : (

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The first thing Soli said was "Mommy!!!!!!!! I had I great time, I cry for nap time for you, my Anjojie ruba my back to go to sleep" Gotta love the Montessori way of doing things.

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We survived day one and I am sad that our little girls are growing up, but happy that they are getting a phenomenal education and that we are preparing them to be leaders. Well ladies, as always THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart for all you wonderful messages. Have a great week. I am off to do a layout : )


Jocelyn said...

AWWWWW. they are so adorable and yes they do grow so quickly and become so independent!!!! You have such a beautiful family and they are lucjy to have one another!!!! Thank you for sharing this with us!!!! Have a great day!

:: gingerkitty :: said...

that is what they do MOM, embrace them everyday. and be grateful for these lovelies.. blessing

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Beth Perry said...

Awww... sweetie!! Good for you to do the ugly cry then listen to Eve! lol
Bless your heart!!
It will get easier. :D

Peggy said...

I remember how it felt when my baby (the last of 3) went to school ... like you said, an empty house, car, ... for the first time. Not an easy moment huh! The baby-period is over, they are growing up, and I have to say, they are growing up beautifully, both your girls are gorgeous! I had a little giggle when I saw that you quickly found one of the upsides of having an empty car ... no more kiddies music yeahhhhhhh!!!! I so can relate to that. Though we had many a happy moments dancing and acting silly with the kids on their music, I'm happy to say that now they all listen to "regular" songs and are starting to appreciate the radio (and not to mention MY MUSIC LOL)! Though I'm sure one day when they are playing THEIR music too loud I'll think back to their baby-music with some nostalgia...

Love xxx Peggy