Friday, October 17, 2008

Noah's first field trip

Noah's first year of pre-school is going very well. And I'm not just saying that because now on tuesdays from 12:30-2:30 both kids are in school and I'm free as a bird for those two precious hours a week. But enough about me.

Noah seems to be having a great time in school and I really like his teacher and the other families and kids in his class. He is even using the potty very well there although he is very concerned with privacy and will move walls to get it, literally. But that is another humorous story.

Yesterday he had his first field trip with his school, a local pumpkin patch. It was a fun time even though it wasn't one with tons of bouncy houses like he would have preferred. But they did have a petting zoo with goats, a baby pig, bunnies, and chicks. He tentatively pet the smallest of those, and didn't freak out too much about the larger ones. :)

And there was a lot of other fun things to check out too.

But the highlight of the field trip was getting to paint his own little pumpkin.

And ride a hay "horse."

Olivia even came to join us when her school came out and enjoyed the fun.

My two babies are now big kids in school. It's just not fair. Wah!


  • At 5:11 PM, Blogger Highlandgal said…

    "My two babies are now big kids in school. It's just not fair. Wah!"

    Time for another baby... ;)


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