27 May 2014

My Pre-K Graduate!

After two magnificent years of preschool, Olivia officially graduated from Pre-K last Friday.  She had a special celebration at a local church where she crossed the stage to pick up her diploma, she sang a few songs with her class, and also did her dance that she's been learning at her dance class after school.  I have to admit, I was a little worried about how she would do on stage with her dance.  She seemed to get a little stage fright at Christmastime when she was on stage singing with her class.  But, she seriously nailed it.  We were all so proud of her.

I can't believe that in less than 2 months, she will be going to kindergarten!  It really doesn't seem like that long ago that I was signing her up for preschool two afternoons a week.  We pulled out her handwriting book from her first year of preschool and it is amazing how far she has come academically.  I know she loved school this year and made lots of friends, and we are looking forward to seeing what the next school year holds for her!

And, now, a gazillion and one pictures of my little Dean's List Graduate!  


➹ Olivia with her sweet little buddy, Caleb. ➹










➹ Her buddy, Cristian. ➹

➹ Addison is such a sweetie. ➹



➹ She may be a Pre-K graduate, but I can still pick her up and carry her! ➹

➹ Flashback to her first day of Pre-K! ➹

➹ Her last day of Pre-K! ➹

➹ A little side-by-side action! ➹

➹ Her spring pictures from school. ➹

➹ Her graduation picture from school. ➹

2 comments:

Poppy said...


I am just so blown away by how much Olivia has changed from last year. Our baby girl has grown up. I had tears in my eyes as she danced and sang and walked across the stage to get her diploma. So impressed!

Poppy

Mom Cooper said...

I too can't quite wrap my mind around the fact that our first born grand daughter is now 5, has "graduated" from pre-school, and is ready for Kindergarten. The day was awesome. Lots of neat memories. I love all the pictures too Amanda. So glad you still enjoy taking pictures of your girls.