with her teacher Mrs. Tasha
and Monkey Do went straight to the puzzle table.
There was an old woman who lived in a shoe.
She had so many children she didn't know what to do.
She gave them some broth without any bread.
Then whipped them all soundly and put them to bed.
As a little girl, I just didn't get it. I mean, how could she be sooo mean to those poor kids?? Today on the other hand, I completely get it. This old woman and I could sit and swap stories for HOURS- just about today's adventures! Bless her heart- I feel her pain!
What a day! Oh- and just to be fair.... most of the day I only had two children. Yes, TWO! I kept thinking, everyone said things would be sooo easy when preschool started and I only had the babies. They were wrong.
I'll be back tomorrow to share more about preschool and, if I dare, share some about today and why I feel like I do right now.
So I had to show her by stretching a curl out that it was all still there! So funny!
By lunchtime the curls had relaxed a little and were hanging a bit longer.
Much like her momma, she loved having her hair curled!
She was even excited to NOT get a bath tonight so she can keep them one more day!
Although, you can't tell by this picture! Ha! This is the "ok, enough already! Stop taking pictures so I can play in peace" look.
These last few were after we finger separated the curls. They stretched out long a full. It reminded me less of Shirley Temple and more of Diana Ross... early 80'sAhhh- much better!
I love these two! Just precious! Firsts are so fun!!