We all go to drop her off again, only today Nick pulls up and drops her and I off to walk to her classroom together.
I ask her teacher how she did yesterday and she said she did great. In fact, when she introduced herself to the class apparently she said, “I’m Hanna. I’m so excited!” LOL
We get home, feed Oliver breakfast, play, normal morning stuff. Then it’s time for Oliver’s snooze. Nick is off of work again today. We realize that we can take a nap too. Nick wants to take a “nap.” I want to take a nap. I win.
Oliver was up when it was time to go pick Hanna up today so we all go together to get her. When we get to the front of the line, apparently Hanna is in the “front” (back) of the school though. They say they’ll find her. 10 seconds later we hear over the intercom, “Hanna C… to the back pickup zone (or something).” I hop out of the car to go find her myself, because really, it’s her second whole day and like she’s going to know where the “back” front pickup zone is. *giant annoyed eye roll* The teacher assures me that they are actually sending someone to go find her though and I should just wait. Okay. A few minutes later someone appears with her and they reassure me that tomorrow they’ll make sure her teacher knows where she should be. (This might be my fault for thinking the “back” of the school was the front and putting that on the form about where we’d be picking her up at. But yesterday she was in the right place?!) We load up and head home. No tears today!
The first thing she says when she got in the car was, “There were cookies in my lunch!” Highlight of the day, I guess. She had expressed to me yesterday about how she would like cookies, “you know, the ones with sprinkles on them” in her lunch. I asked her if I got cookies if she would eat all of her healthy food first and then the cookies. She assured me she would. She ate her entire lunch today. I also put a little butterfly shaped note in the box that said, “Hanna, Have a good day! I love you! ♥ Mama” No mention of that though, just the cookies.
Before bed… ”Tomorrow is another new day of Kindergarten! I’m so excited!” I love her enthusiasm!