Monday, August 17, 2009

Preschool for hunting girls??

This crazy "hunting girl" {yes that is how she refers to herself}, is needing to go to preschool! This being my first big kid and she having a mom who is a bit late, needs some advice on what to do!!! Home pre-school could be an option with me being home more, or is it worth just paying and her interacting with all the other "hunting boys and girls"??? PLEASE I need advice, cause we all know next year she will be smarter than her dad and mom!!

...Yes my goal is to update this much neglected blog!! Oh I can hear the cheers and shouts from afar!!


McKell&Janeene said...

Hey! How cute, she is getting so big. My husband's aunt has a preschool she runs out of her home... which is filled with hunting things. Does that counthas a "hunting preschool"?

Adhis said...

She lives! She lives!

Usually, our neighborhood has 3-5 preschool's set up; I am not sure about this year since I have been hiding under a rock. In a vacuum. In outer space.

Ask Jenn Cooper, Cyd Vernon, Heidi Wakely or other moms with hunting-age kids if they know of ones in the 'hood. That's what I would do.

Adhis said...

I can't believe I put an apostrophe in a plural word in my comment above. Maybe *I* need to go back to preschool.

Shana Smith said...

Yay! I am so glad you are back to the blogging world, and able to stay home more! I am sorry I have no advice on pre-school, Coast is not quite there yet.. Good luck

caitlin said...

Come to think of it, I think I heard Ella say something about wanting to ride a zamboni, with a mounty.. I figured it was normal. Yes, you can blame me, it was my idea.

(And your comment made me laugh out loud. One more reason why you should blog more! I need entertainment at work!)

(By the way, I think you should post about all of your styly ideas and fashionable finds! Then maybe the rest of us can channel our inner Heathers.)

Em said...

i can tell you from both ends, tanner NEEDED to go away from home and go to preschool and it was good for us both. I could have never home schooled him. we would have killed each other. Brooklin on the other hand I home schooled her, it is a big commitment but i loved every second of it. So it just depends on you and the child

Bonnie said...

too bad I don't have a preschool - I'd love to spend more time with cute Saige. I say send her somewhere like 2 days a week. Can you do that? She'd love it.