When I saw it, I knew what it was. I quickly scanned all the other cubbies to see how many of his friends were also receiving walking papers that day. As soon as I did, one of the teachers walked up so I had to stop being nosy. Ha!
As soon I got in the car, I sent a quick text to another mommy in the class asking if her daughter got the papers as well. Her daughter and T are BFF’s in the class, so they have to stay together. Luckily, they are!
While T was in all his other rooms, I always knew the time was coming for him to move on up. And frankly, was usually waiting impatiently for the envelop. But this time, I was shocked.
Not that he isn’t ready, but with the fact that he was moving up in June. I had prepared myself for a move in August, not June. It was a complete shock to my little mommy system.
I’m excited and apprehensive about the move. Apprehensive because I don’t know these teachers as well. Excited because he is growing up and developing into a full blown toddler. And sad. Ohhh, the sadness.
I don’t know that I will ever have another little one. So seeing him growing up, makes me long for the days of his newborn status. I just want him to stay the same for a little while so I can enjoy him wanting to be with me and BTB.
Right now, we are pretty much the coolest things in this kids life. Soon that will change. And that makes me sad, too.
I love this age. I love his happy, yet strong willed disposition. I just want to cherish and savor every moment of him being a toddler. Because come June 4, he is officially in the number classes and will forever be a big boy!
Anyone have anything I can take for the anxiety?