Saturday, September 14, 2013

All About Me

The girls had their first "project" for kindergarten last week.  They were so excited to work on their posters.  I printed a bunch of pics and let them choose the ones they wanted to use.  I also wrote exactly what they said about each one.  So cute!

They each wanted to add pics of them in China :)


We are having a great time in kindergarten so far!  The school just added another kindergarten teacher so starting Monday, their classes will be smaller!  YAY!!

Wesleigh is having her tonsils removed Monday!  They don't make her sick, but they are so large that they make her gag constantly.  I'm not looking forward to the surgery, but I am looking forward to having a week at home snuggling with her :)  She knows that the reason she gags is her tonsils and that we are having them removed.  The other day (after she gagged), she made the comment, "I am through with these tonsils!!"  So funny!

I had to bring Wesleigh to a pre-op appt. Friday morning, so I dropped only Gracie off at school.  Before we left home, Wesleigh went to Gracie, put her hands on her shoulders and said, "It is going to be ok.  Mommy is going to bring me to school after the doctor and I will see you at recess".  Then she hugged and kissed her.  Before Gracie got out of the car, she had to go to the back and give Wesleigh a kiss goodbye.  I love watching the relationship between these two.  I can't imagine one being without the other!  God knew...I'm so thankful we listened!

11 comments:

Preppy Pink Crocodile said...

Their relationship is so special! I love that you share it with strangers like me. SO fun to see how much they adore each other.

KK

Deanna said...

Oh my heart! I love their use of 'home' and being born in China. What sweet, sweet sentiments, precious glimpses into their hearts. Love these posters!

Sharon said...

I love their about me posters! So sweet seeing how they love each other and their family. Prayers for Wesleigh's surgery and a speedy recovery.

Kat Shank said...

I wish I'd had a sister or brother, it likely would have done wonders for me. :) Good luck with the tonsils and yay for getting them out now! I just got mine out last year at 38... wasn't fun at all at this age.

Lindy D. said...

Such sweet girls!! How can it be that they are only in kindergarten when they each have so much personality and love in their hearts. I'm glad they are "home" where they belong.

Shay Ankerich said...

Precious girls!!! Certainly thinking and praying for sweet Wesleigh!!! And you too! I know it will go well!!!!! XOXO

DiJo said...

Lifting up TeaCup and her sweet Mama for tomorrow!!!! Gracie is going to be lost without her recess buddy for a few days....

I will talk to you tomorrow!!!

Hugs,
Di

likeschocolate said...

So happy you are having such a great start to the school year .

Caitlin said...

Such sweet sisters!!

CaitlinandBrad said...

I have been following your blog for awhile and absolutely love it. Our daughter (home from China 8 months) is scheduled to have her tonsils/adenoids out as well. Do you know if this is a typical issue with their heritage?

Jennifer said...

I'm glad y'all listened too. LOVE these 2 girls!!
I hope Wesleigh is feeling better. Surgery is no fun but I know you both have loved the snuggle time together!
Love y'all!

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