His school has a special kindergarten playground, where he get's to play until the bell rings. Daddy went with us. Reuben was happy to play. I was afraid to give him a big hug because I was on the verge of tears, and he wasn't offering one so I didn't push it. He looked so ready.
He was switched to the morning class last minute. I was a little sad about that, especially because now none of the boys from his primary class are in his kindergarten class. There is one little girl from his primary (she is in the primary class younger than his). But, I might be able to teach musikgarten while he is in class if I can get stuff together.
He lined up great and followed his teacher, Miss Mary, into his classroom. Daddy, Simeon, and I walked back to the car. Simeon was pretty worried that RueRue (he pronounces it WooWoo) wasn't with us. "A WooWoo! No! A WooWoo!" We've been home for an hour and half, and Simeon just wanders around the room yelling WooWoo. And coming up to me and asking "A WooWoo A Work? A Daddy."
It is a strange transition, and I look forward to giving him a big hug when we got to pick him up. I know he is ready, its just me and Simeon who weren't ready.
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