Today is the last day of Kindergarten for our first born. What a year it has been!
Negotiating the great educational experiment of full-day every day Kindergarten. (We did half days til Christmas). Getting to know the school culture as a parent, not just as a teacher. Plus, having the younger brothers without their eldest brother five days per week. Whew!
From the very first day of school, we have been very intentional about the importance of JC saying goodbye to his younger brothers with a hug and a kiss. I believe it helps everyone’s transition into the day. Plus who doesn’t want to start their day off with a hug and a kiss?
Here is our last day of Kindergarten:
HUG and a….
Now off to line-up for school.
Today I will leave you with one more photo: the two big boys after they went to watch their best friends’ ballet performances. We stopped for a break to look at one of the most beautiful lakes in North America.
4 thoughts on “Be A Brother Hugger (My 150th Post)”
The tender moments are the best! I love the last pic 🙂 What lake is it?
Kalamalka Lake in British Columbia.
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Congrats on your 150th post!
They are SO cute! And I think it is great that you made the hug-and-kiss a morning routine for them. 🙂
Aw! I’m gonna steal your routine for next year! Your boys overlooking the lake are simply too sweet. What an awesome place to stop, and at 9pm no less!!