Saturday afternoon Will was in Grandma Peggy's basement with cousin Kara, both of them furioiusly wiggling their loose teeth in the hopes one would fall out. Will aparently one, yanking out his own tooth and rushing up the stairs to show the family. (I never did that, he must be much better with medical stuff than I am!). I was in Utah and got the excited phone call; Daddy was in Florida and got the excited phone call; Grand,ma Nancy and Grandpa Mark were in California and got the excited phone call. And then, the Tooth Fairy came that night,m took the tooth and exchanged it for a dollar. Will could not be more than thrilled and is working on his next loose tooth!
Grandma Peggy and Grandpa Paul will be be driving the boys to Pensacola Friday and Saturday, just in time to start school. I went to Pleasant Grove's school orientation today and met Will's teacher, Ms. Perry. She seems nice and come from a educational family, too - her mom has been a teacher for years. The really cool thing is that Will's class only has 14 kids in it right now, but wonlt ever have more than 18. Hooray for smaller class sizes!
Grandma Nancy decided at the last minute to fly out for Will's first day of school, so she will be here tomorrow evening. It will be quite a group of people taking Will to school the first day... then he will have to learn to ride the bus! School starts REALLY early here, which is not good for this night owl Mom. They have to be in their seats by 7:30 a.m.! The bus picks Will up a few houses down from ours at 6:45 a.m. good thing he's an early riser! School is over at 2 p.m., but he will be going to on-site after school care.
Xan is still on the waiting list for Blue Angel preschool and I hope to hear something soon, especially since Rodney will need help with the boys while I am at the scrap events in CA and AZ in a couple of weeks. Hopefully things will work out!