It was day 3 today, but really the first day of the “whole time.” I dropped her off at 12:45, and she never looked back. Seriously, she shed her backpack and raincoat in one swift movement, as she floated into her classroom. It didn’t feel strange until I got home and only had one child…with whom I had mental plans to play one-on-one until he immediately said, “Nuh-nigh!” Evidently, Luke was ready to take a nap. We picked Rebekah up at 3. She saw me and said, “Mom, no! It hasn’t been a whole day!” I told her she stayed as long as the other children, to which she replied, “Mom- it’s not night, it hasn’t been a whole day!” Sweet girl had a ball. Seriously, it’s everything she loves: reading, crafts, dress-up, play-dough, and snacks. Plus, as I waited for Rebes to be done, I looked around- posted outside the classroom were 2 things- the week’s snacks and the week’s activities. I loved seeing all they were doing and that today was the day the kids would help with baking their snacks. I asked Rebekah about it, and she said that today was the boys’ turns and she would get to next time. I loved her sweet attitude about it. She sang her special school song on the way to and fro, by the way. We love school.