So off she went in this funky dress that Granny had bought her. The one that she has been dying to wear since Granny gave it to her last week. I was surprised I managed to hold her off this long. And her new backpack that's so loaded with features she couldn't help but tell everyone at the bus stop about it. There's a place for her cell phone and her iPod, yo. Just in case you missed the demonstration yesterday morning. And no she owns neither a cell phone or an iPod, but she's got the spots for them if that changes.
Maya was more interested in her peanut butter sandwich. And when that was gone she concerned herself with when we were going to get back home to the other half of her sandwich. Until she was distracted by the camera and started snapping some pictures herself.
So maybe not the greatest, but she was having fun and not bothering me much at all. Ha!
And what would the first day of school be without Papa? He hasn't missed one yet.
By the time Abby got home she was wiped out. Too tired to even go check out her vegetables with Papa, who met her bus at the end of the day too. She said she had fun and really liked her teacher. There was a bit of a good news bad news situation. While she didn't find herself sitting in her bestest friend Maddie's group. She is sitting next to her future husband D. I think she's going to find the everyday thing a bit of an adjustment, as am I, but so far so good.