David our Kindergartener – Growing Up Too Fast

Wasn’t it just yesterday that I was pregnant with Davey, our little “Dude”, waiting for him to join our family?   Wasn’t it just yesterday that he was waking up 3-4 times a night?   Wasn’t it just yesterday that he was wearing those cute little white shoes with the jingle bells on the shoelaces?   Wasn’t it just yesterday that he was still in diapers?   Wasn’t it just yesterday when he fit into those hand-me-down, blue and white, striped overalls that all the boys wore.
Now he’s a full fledged Kindergartener by joining the ranks as one of our Georgia Cyber Academy students and he’s doing fantastically;  he’s flying through the math curriculum and will probably doing 1st grade Math by the second semester.   He sleeps through the night and waits for those nights that Papa is working, out-of-town, so he can keep his pillow warm; he really only wakes up if he’s had a weird dream and needs Mama to kiss the weirdness away.    It’s true when people tell those who are potty-training that the kid won’t go to Kindergarten with diapers; even though I am still beckoned to wipe his booty by his classic call, “Mama, I pooped!”   Now that fall is upon us I have really realized how much he’s grown; all of his pants are almost two inches too short and that makes me really thankful that he’s a Kindergartener at home.   I do not envy those parents who have to buy new wardrobes for their kids at the start of every school year.

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2 Responses to “David our Kindergartener – Growing Up Too Fast”
  1. Totally boss.

    And HOLY CRAP. Davey was a wee baby when we met. Make him stop growing.

  2. 10.15.2012

    I know, right?

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