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Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Preschool Graduation and Second Grade Awards....

Thursday was Mel's last day of Preschool and graduation was Thursday night.  She was just a little excited.  We had to go to B's awards program in the afternoon and as soon as we got home she was ready to put on her "beautiful dress" and even requested that I curl her hair. (the awards program was over at 3:00 and her graduation was at 6:00!)  I didn't know how well her hair would hold the curls because it is stick straight, but they did manage to stay in through the graduation.  I made her pose for a few pix before.  It was pretty windy outside so I held my breath and hoped that the crazy wind didn't make the curls fall.




 Jump!  All her idea and the perfect graduation photo op if you ask me!





 Again, these poses were all her idea and they had to be taken by this tree, so the lighting wasn't exactly in my favor...


 Graduation time!
 She had one awesome group of classmates!
 Legs crossed!  Such a little lady!
 The Pledge of Allegiance...
 Song time...

 As shy as this girl was at the beginning of the school year, I am amazed at how much she has changed in a year!  She sang every word and even did the motions!






 Now on to Kindergarten, which I'm sure she will love, but she already misses her teachers!
 Now for Miss B who is moving on to third grade.  The end of the school year is always pretty emotional for her...and me too.  I have a hard time grasping the fact that another year has passed and she always has a hard time leaving her teachers.  We have been blessed with great teachers every year so far!
 This girl, unlike her sister, doesn't like to get all "fancy" so most days this is how she is dressed, but that's okay.  Each kid deserves to be unique!

Now on to summer fun!
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2 comments:

  1. Great pictures. ..I miss her too! She definitely changed over the school year. ..love your girls, glad I have one more coming up!

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  2. Great pictures! I love the jumping. :) You will have to repeat that for her high school graduation. Which will be here before you know it! :)

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