The Gradulate

  1. Kim says:

    He is adorable and thanks for sharing your take on this milestone. Gradulations!

  2. me.burke says:

    How cute!  I ended up having to pull my daughter out of preschool early because we were going to be travelling lots and I didn’t want to pay the money for a month where she might only come to one or two classes, so we don’t get to have the graduation experience.  

    (And I totally rant each and every time I think of having to pay for December and March, when there is only half a month there!!)

    • suburbanturmoil says:

      We definitely dealt with a little preschool graduation envy from my daughter! But my children are very different, and I think the decisions for each of them were the right ones to make. I’m very sure your decision was the right one as well. 🙂

  3. Kimberly says:

    It made me tear up too thinking about my own little girl.  She just started preschool.  Bruiser is a handsome little man!

    • suburbanturmoil says:

      Time really does fly! It seems like not so long ago that they were teeny and I was blogging their every move!

  4. Mama Bean says:

    unbelievable. i remember your posts about Bruiser when he was a toddler, the age my son is now (about 30 mos) ack! thank-you for sharing your life 🙂

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  6. Mary A says:

    Just left the daycare of the past TEN AND A HALF YEARS.  Felt exactly the same way!

  7. Congrats, Bruiser! You are one handsome gradulate 🙂

  8. Melissa says:

    Oh my goodness. The cuteness. I die. In a good way. 🙂 

    We’re already kicking around the idea of preschool for our toddler. I know I’m going to be a MESS the first time I drop him off for any kind of school! LOL

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